Nintendo’s online E3 plans are more than “just Zelda”

Just a week and a half out from the show, and Nintendo has done a big ol’ backflip about what we’ll be shown at E3 this year. Even though The Legend of Zelda is the only game on the floor, there’s a bunch of other games that will be highlighted in a series of online presentations. That said, the NX will not be on show, virtually or otherwise.

The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda

Kicking off on June 14 at 9am PT, the day-long Zelda stream we were promised is still happening, but it looks like some Pokémon will sneak in as well, with live gameplay from Sun and Moon being shown off.

More pocket monsters on the way on June 15 at 10am PT, with a Pokémon GO developer Q&A to start, before “upcoming releases for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, including Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE.”

All of this livestreaming action will be happening on both Nintendo’s YouTube channel and Nintendo’s Twitch stream, so you can watch from just about anywhere in the world.

Player Attack will be at E3 this year and getting some hands-on time with The Legend of Zelda (as well as a bunch of other stuff), so stay tuned to this here website for more details. If you want to watch more stuff live from E3, hop over to E3PressConferences.com for all the details – including local times for each of the events!

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Facebook Google+ Linkedin Pinterest Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr N4G Twitter
Comments