No, this is not an early April Fool’s joke, this is truly happening Nintendo fans. Nintendo will have their second Nintendo Direct of the year tomorrow. With rumors flying about what will be announced.
The Big N has confirmed that it will focus on Wii U and 3DS releases, more than likely ones coming before E3, but don’t be surprised if one or two later titles make an appearance.
The Direct itself is scheduled for North America and Europe, it will air: 3pm PT / 6pm ET / 11pm GMT.
To add to the fun, Nintendo has also unveiled that a Treehouse event will happen after the Direct. And that the event will focus on a title to come out this Spring. Safe money would be on Splatoon, as that game has been getting mighty popular recently. However, we could get another surprise, such as Star Fox Wii U possibly making an appearance.
Regardless, Nintendo has some big shoes to fill with this Direct. The last Direct saw the unveiling of the next Fire Emblem game, the release dates for Majora’s Mask 3D and the New Nintendo 3DS XL. News about the next two waves of Amiibo’s, and a LOT more.
With Legend of Zelda Wii U now being delayed until 2016, Nintendo is no doubt using this Direct to calm the fears of many gamers. The question is…will they have enough to do so?
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