You’re games should still be available to re-download, providing that game is available in that region.
Each NNID is set to a specific region, so nothing will be affected if you are simply changing the region of your console via Settings.
How do I change the region on my Nintendo switch?
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Is Nintendo switch region free?
Unlike every other Nintendo console shipped since the company started designing actual operating systems, the Switch is completely region-free — you can play games from any country without issue, often in any language. No Japanese Nintendo console since the DSi has even let you change the system language.
Can I change Nintendo eShop region?
Your Nintendo eShop account balance does not carry over when you change the country that your Nintendo Account is set to. If a Nintendo eShop exists for your region, credit cards issued from your region will not work in a different region’s eShop.
Are switch games region locked?
No, the Nintendo Switch can run any game from any region, and 99.9% of all the games on the Switch are not region-locked, with the exception being Splatoon 2 due to the Splatfests which are based on your region, more specifically Japan vs. not Japan.
How do I know my switch region?
Look at the game cartridge itself. At the bottom of the sticker is a region code. You can also tell by the ratings system displayed in the lower-left corner of the game box cover art insert. USA = E for Everyone, T for Teen, M for Mature, etc.
Why is Nintendo eShop not available in my region?
Go to Settings, then System and Select Region. From here select The Americas. Now open Nintendo eShop. From here, you will be asked to enter a region, select United States as your region.