After months of rumors and anticipation, Nintendo has announced a subsequent Nintendo Direct. It’ll premiere on February 13th during 2 PM PT (5 PM ET).
Tune in 2/13 during 2pm PT for a Nintendo Direct featuring around 35 mins of information on arriving #NintendoSwitch titles, including new sum on #FireEmblem Three Houses!https://t.co/d1Xx3bUMG0 pic.twitter.com/dExyWiigBr
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 12, 2019
In a twitter above from Nintendo’s official Twitter account, they pronounced to design 35 mins of new information on Nintendo Switch titles. Among those titles is Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Rumors have been floating around this Nintendo Direct function final month, though now we’re finally removing it. Typically, a Nintendo Direct has happened in Jan that gives fans an thought of what’s entrance via a year. Additionally, a final Direct was expelled in Nov for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Nintendo Direct Predictions
First off, a apparent prophecy is some-more info on Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It’s protected to contend Nintendo will uncover off a far-reaching accumulation of gameplay and presumably exhibit when it’ll come out.
Next, it’s expected that they’ll announce some-more Wii U ports streamer to a Switch. Among a probable ports are Super Mario Maker, Pikmin, and Super Mario 3D World to name a few. More recently, Nintendo expelled New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe for a Switch final month.
Additionally, some-more info on Animal Crossing, Pokemon, and Super Smash Bros. DLC are possible. For Smash Bros., footage of Joker, a latest DLC character, is a protected gamble and we could get a recover date for his DLC. It’s not out of a area of probability that we’ll get a provoke as to a subsequent DLC impression after Joker.
Besides first-party content, third-party publishers are firm to share some news. Potential announcements could operation from Assassins Creed III entrance to a Switch, some-more cross-play titles, some-more Final Fantasy news, to Mortal Kombat 11 footage. The doorway is far-reaching open for third-parties to move some Switch content.
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