A Nintendo Direct Mini will be broadcast tomorrow, June 28. It will focus on third-party partners, so don’t expect the likes of Mario, Zelda or other major Nintendo series to appear.
The ‘Partner Showcase’, which will be around 25 minutes long, will air on YouTube at 6am Pacific / 9am Eastern / 2pm UK / 11pm AEST.
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Nintendo traditionally airs a major Nintendo Direct as part of E3 in June. However, with E3 cancelled in 2022, it’s unclear if Nintendo is delaying its own first-party showcase, or will announce its games in more piecemeal fashion this year.
The last Nintendo broadcast was May’s Indie World show, which revealed the likes of Gunbrella, a Switch release for Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, and more.
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