How to see it now and what to expect

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The last six months have usually been quiet for Nintendo. The vacation publications were great Super Mario 3D All-Star, A set of three redesigned games, and Hyrule Warriors: The Age of Disaster, A Zelda spin-off. Will the next six months be different? We’ll find out in a moment.

Nintendo DirectXA presentation in which the Japanese gaming giant will announce the games you will be playing on your Switch “in the first half of 2021” is now available.

How to watch

It’s very simple: here!

If YouTube isn’t your thing, you can also check out Nintendo Direct at Nintendo Twitch Or you website.

what do you expect

Nintendo says we’ll see news about that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – It is possible Shows the following sign Plus, we’ll probably take a closer look at this New Pokemon Snap, Which The release is scheduled for April 30th. We can also see a retro Star Wars game Republican command Come to switch. But it’s a 50-minute show that’s longer than last July’s show Nintendo DirectX MiniSo we expect at least one exciting revelation.

We could get more DLC for Pokemon sword and shieldThe second of the two previously announced expansion packs has been released Last October. And with the most recent remastered Mario releases – 3D All-Stars and earlier this month Wii U’s Three-dimensional world – Our favorite plumber is starting a new adventure. Also, there is always the possibility that we will see more Breath of the Wild 2 or Metroid Prime 4.

Chances are, promoting “something else” is never a game. Rumor mill for months Whispers went around On the new 4K-capable Nintendo Switch. No Switch lightsBut a heavy switch. (It will never be called that.)

Start times

Nintendo Direct started 2 PM PDT / 5 PM ET Wednesday February 17th. When you are in United Kingdom-You have to wait until Wednesday at 10 p.m. GMT. about The AustraliansNintendo Direct takes place on Thursday February 18th at 9 a.m. EST.

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