The Nintendo Direct will be taking place at 2 pm PT and will last for 35 minutes, showcasing a variety of Nintendo Switch titles, as well as "new details" on Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which was originally announced at E3 2018.
Of course, a lonesome addition of slopes wouldn't be enough to slap a number 2 on the title, Nintendo also made it clear that there is much more content packed into this sequel. It also specifically pointed out Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which has a 2019 release window. As in how long we don't have to wait to play it. Join us, won't you? Visit the Nintendo.com game page here.
One game we can safely assume won't be featured during today's presentation, however, is Metroid Prime 4.
Get ready for a new Nintendo Direct just in time for Valentine's Day. That doesn't necessarily stop Nintendo from making a surprise 3DS announcement, but that seems unlikely given what the company has already said about the Direct.
"From this perspective, we have determined that the current development status of [Metroid Prime 4] is very challenged, and we had to make a hard decision as a development team".
What are your predictions for what the Nintendo Direct will bring? "We have chose to re-examine the development structure and change it".
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