The next Nintendo Direct streams on September 13th

This is not an exercise (or a tweet from a fake Nintendo account). Nintendo has finally announced when its next showcase will take place. It has a Nintendo Direct set for September 13th at 10am ET. You can watch the stream on Nintendo’s YouTube channel or below.

It is worth noting that the Nintendo UK YouTube channel will not stream the direct live “as a mark of respect during this time of national mourning” following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Direct will continue to be available on demand on the channel from 4pm UK time on Tuesday.

This time you can expect around 40 minutes of announcements, updates and trailers, with a focus on games coming to Nintendo Switch this winter. Expect such as bayonet 3 to mark. Fingers crossed for more details on the sequel The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as well as the actual name of the game and a firm release date.

There will certainly be a lot of surprises. It’s always fun when Nintendo announces a game at a Direct and releases it on the Switch eShop on the same day. Here is hope Vampire Survivor Is one of them. Maybe the pre-wars Remake will also get a new release date.

This is the second full Nintendo Direct of the year. There have been several more narrowly focused Nintendo events in recent months, including an Indie World Showcase in May, followed by Directs to focus on Xenoblade Chronicles 3, turn 3 and third-party games.

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