New Nintendo Direct Coming; Promises Info on Switch, 3DS and Super Mario Odyssey

A new Nintendo Direct livestream is coming, and it'll focus on upcoming games for Switch, 3DS and on Super Mario Odyssey.

on September 11, 2017 10:12 AM

Today Nintendo announced another of its Nintendo Direct broadcasts that will be aired on September 13th.

The presentation will happen at 3 PM Pacific Time, 6 PM Eastern Time, it sill be 11 PM in UK, while those in Central Europe will have to tune-in on the turn of the date at midnight.

Apparently the show will last a whopping 45 minutes, and will focus on games coming to Nintendo Switch and to the 3DS family of systems over the next few months. We’ll also get new details about Super Mario Odyssey.

As usual, you can check out the show on Nintendo’s official site.

If you’re interested in Super Mario Odyssey you can check out a recent clip showing New Donk City’s skyscrapers, amore footage from the day before, a couple of recent videossome spiffy co-op gameplay,  a demonstration of the Wooded Kingdom, another video showing more of New Donk City and the Sand Kingdom, on top of a batch of screenshots, and the trailer from the E3  Spotlight broadcast.

Super Mario Odyssey will launch exclusively for Nintendo Switch in October 2017, but personally I have my sights set on something else: hopefully, we’ll hear a release date for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Since it has been confirmed for this year multiple times, I’d say it’s high time that we know when we’ll play it.

 /  Executive News Editor
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