Nintendo will share its biggest announcements regarding E3 during a Nintendo Direct video presentation on Tuesday morning, June 11, at 9am Paris time.
Last year, Direct has mainly focused on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but we hope to see Nintendo cover a lot more ground for 2019. We are told that do not expect a new version of the Switch console, but it may be a good show, given its large number of games in development. Passage of animals should play a major role in its dissemination, as well as Pokemon Sword and Shieldand other titles due to be released in 2019. This includes Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, Fire Emblem: Three housesand The legend of Zelda: the remake of Link & # 39; s Awakening.
Of course, we hope to see more than these games. Maybe we will have an update on the reboot Metroid Prime 4 who changed their development studio in early 2019? In addition, given that Joker's Person 5 is a fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, maybe we will also have confirmation that an exclusive RPG port for PS4 arrives on the Switch. Personally, I hope that Nintendo will announce support for SNES and N64 titles on its Nintendo Switch Online service.
It's also Nintendo's first Direct E3 after the retirement of Nintendo of America's beloved president, Reggie Fils-Aimé. It is likely that his successor, Doug Bowser, will make his appearance, but these are obviously big shoes (and memes) to fill.
After the Direct, Nintendo will begin its Treehouse segment, where you will be able to witness live demonstrations of recently announced games, as well as interviews with key personnel responsible for their achievement. And, if it looks like what we've seen in previous years, Nintendo may have made a few smaller ads in the Treehouse segment to keep viewers alert.
How to watch:
Dated: Tuesday, June 11
The weather: San Francisco: 9h / New York: 12h / London: 17h / Berlin: 18h / Moscow: 19h / Beijing: 12h / Tokyo: 1h (12h) / Sydney: 2h (12h)
Live stream: Watch the live stream of Nintendo above or on Twitch.