Watch the Nintendo Direct (September 4, 2019) Here

Watch the Nintendo Direct (September 4, 2019) Here

It starts at 6 PM EST, and is about 40 minutes long.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Sep 03, 2019 @ 09:10 AM (Staff Bios)
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It's been a little while since Nintendo had one of their famous Nintendo Directs. Now, with nearly no heads up, the game company has announced when their next one will be: tomorrow! Tune in here to watch.

According to the Nintendo social media accounts, the next Nintendo Direct is on September 4, 2019, at 6 PM EST. The post explains that the video will be about 40 minutes, focusing on information relating to 2019 Nintendo Switch games.

Best of all, you can watch it here! Tune in to this post at the aforementioned time, and it'll go live as soon as Nintendo does.



They list Pokemon Sword and Shield and Luigi's mansion 3 by name. So we will absolutely hear more about them. We can likely hear more about Link's Awakening, as well. Currently, most speculation has been in regards to Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Banjo was given a Fall 2019 release window, so now would be the prime moment to announce an official release date. Additionally, rumors and speculation about the next Smash DLC fighter.

Unfortunately, since it's focusing on 2019 titles, odds are low that they'll speak about Animal Crossing: New Horizons. But hey, we can dream.

More information about the direct can also be found on the official website.

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