Nintendo Direct E3 2021 The event has an official date and time, and Nintendo has made a slew of announcements about Nintendo Switch games.
As announced, the Nintendo Direct E3 2021 event will begin on June 15th at 9 a.m. PT / noon ET / 5 p.m. BST and will last 40 minutes. The presentation will focus exclusively on games coming to the Nintendo Switch, and most of the titles involved will be planned for release this year. The end of the direct will be followed by a three-hour Nintendo Treehouse: Live event, where Nintendo will invite viewers to watch the gameplay deep dive on a “handful” of Switch games.
Both events will be digital only and available to stream Nintendo official site – Its Twitch and YouTube channels too if events from past years are any indication. Speaking of which, Nintendo is keeping its Hanafuda cards just as close to its chest regarding any specific planned announcements as it has in the past.
It seems more and more likely that Nintendo Switch Pro – or whatever Nintendo calls the next Switch hardware revision – will be revealed before this E3 this year. If Nintendo opts for a short and sweet reveal for its new Switch, it could leave plenty of room to showcase how the new game will use its improved hardware at the Nintendo Direct E3 2021 event.
Even if nothing comes of the new Switch hardware rumors, Nintendo could easily fill 40 minutes with just the games we’re already struggling to see more of: Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel The development team teased that He should have more information to share sometime this year, and it would be off the hook to get something fresh splatoon 3 Gameplay. is then Metroid Prime 4, which we can always hope will take center stage once again Growth resumed in 2019.
The Nintendo Switch is in a very strong place, after a year of co-op folks making new discoveries like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and it’s a sure bet that Nintendo will try to get that ball rolling for the rest of 2021 and beyond.
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