New Nintendo Direct was finally announced in June 2022

After weeks of reports and rumors that continued to circulate, Nintendo finally confirmed this morning that it will be putting on a new live show this week to wrap up June 2022. The show itself is set to happen much sooner than expected, with the presentation running less than 24 hours away from the show. Writing these lines. And while it might be exciting to finally have a new live in the pipeline, this new event comes with a pretty big caveat.

Instead of holding a typical Nintendo Direct this week, Nintendo revealed that this week’s presentation will be the Nintendo Direct Mini. This means the show will be a little shorter than usual and will only last 25 minutes when it starts on Tuesday, June 28 at 6:00 AM PT / 9:00 AM ET. And if that shorter length isn’t already a huge drawback, Nintendo has also stated that this Direct will focus on games from various partners. Essentially, this means that it will only highlight third-party games rather than first-party titles that are being developed by Nintendo.

While it might be disappointing to know that Nintendo won’t be making any new announcements regarding its features this week, there’s still a good chance we’ll get to see some exciting games in this upcoming livestream. For example, titles like Mario + Rapids sparks of hope And the Bayonetta 3 They are technically developed by non-Nintendo studios, so they may be able to appear in this presentation. Additionally, a new report from last day stated that Atlus is also preparing to announce that the Persona series is heading to the Nintendo Switch in some capacity. So while we might not learn anything new about Mario, Zelda, Metroid, or many other Nintendo franchises, this Direct should still have a lot of interesting offers in store.

Still excited about the upcoming Nintendo Direct even though it won’t have any news on first-party titles? And what games do you expect to be shown at this time? Let me know either down below in the comments or message me on Twitter at Trustworthy.



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