Nintendo regularly uses livestream events to tell players about important updates and upcoming games. And now, the company has confirmed we will be getting a new 40-minute Nintendo Direct on Thursday, Sept. 23.
The broadcast will start tomorrow at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET. To watch it, all you have to do is tune into Nintendo’s official YouTube channel.
As usual, we don’t know exactly what Nintendo is going to cover until the stream is over. But they have promised to focus on games launching this winter, and that means there are plenty of titles they could discuss.
Many fans are hoping to learn more about anticipated titles such as Pokémon Legends: Arceus, and Splatoon 3. And hardcore Mario fans want to see more gameplay from Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope. Finally, hope springs eternal that we will learn more about a sequel to Breath of the Wild.
Of course, there are some other hotly-anticipated titles on the horizon, including Metroid 4. But given that this game is unlikely to come out this year, we are equally unlikely to hear much about it during the Nintendo Direct.
Rumors have also been swirling that Nintendo 64 games will be coming to Nintendo’s online service. Retro gamers are hoping to get a confirmation of this and maybe even an announcement about a Nintendo 64-style controller for the Switch.
What are you hoping to learn about from this event? Be sure to let us know in the comments!
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