Nintendo has everything ready for E3 2021 to begin. The Japanese company will be part of the long-awaited event, the largest of the year in the video game sector, and reserves its conference for the last day of the fair. The Nintendo Direct E3 2021 will be held this next Tuesday, June 15 at 6:00 p.m., peninsular time of Spain; a presentation of about 40 minutes with “exclusive information about games for Nintendo Switch” that will come out, mainly, in 2021; but there will also be announcements that will come out later.
Nintendo Direct is back, what can we expect from the event?
Then, as soon as the Nintendo Direct is finished, it will connect with a Nintendo Treehouse: Live with three hours of content on various titles for Nintendo Switch; as has happened in previous years. We remember that in 2017 several games were announced in the Treehouse, such as Metroid: Samus Returns for Nintendo 3DS. In the absence of knowing what titles await us in those 40 minutes of broadcast, which we can see live on MeriStation from our YouTube channel, we ask you directly, what do you want to see?
Among the titles likely to appear in the broadcast, we find works such as the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which Eiji Aonuma promised that we would hear from him again in 2021; Splatoon 3 (2022); The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD (July 16); No More Heroes 3 (August 27) or the imminent Mario Golf: Super Rush, which arrives this June 25. Other prominent names are Pokémon Shiny Diamond and Shimmering Pearl or Pokémon Legends: Arceus.
Other than that, there are many names on the table. Will we finally see Metroid in 2D? Metroid Prime 4? The triumphant return of the missing Bayonetta 3? There are other sagas that have not appeared in a while, such as Kirby, Fire Emblem, Xenoblade Chronicles, Donkey Kong, Yoshi, Mario Party, WarioWare, Kid Icarus… They are all equal candidates; Unfortunately, we can’t help but wait and be patient for a Nintendo Direct that will turn heads next Tuesday.