E3 2021 is back and that means major showcases from major publishers. We already know that Microsoft is hosting an event on June 13, but now it’s Nintendo turn and they have announced a new Nintendo E3 2021 direct, set to be streamed two days after the Microsoft presser.
As revealed on Twitter, the Nintendo E3 2021 Direct will broadcast on June 15 at 9am PT! The event will run for a full 40-minutes and as Nintendo states, will exclusively focus on the Nintendo Switch games that are mostly releasing this year.
Afterwards, they will be hosting their Nintendo Treehouse: Live event, which will roughly be three hours long and feature gameplay from some of the announced titles.
You will be able to watch both events on YouTube, or from their official website.
Current rumors speculate that Nintendo is planning to unveil a new Nintendo Switch that is said to be capable of more processing power. The Internet dubs it as the “Switch Pro,” though of course this isn’t official. Whether we see the “Switch Pro” appear at E3 is anyone’s guess, although Nintendo made it clear that this direct would focus exclusively on the games.
Still, that isn’t to say that they won’t surprise everyone with a last minute reveal. Guess we will find out in just a couple of short weeks.