The new Nintendo Direct is imminent and the Japanese company would be preparing two big exclusive announcements for the hybrid console: one related to Mario and another with a classic.
For a few days now, the possibility of a new Nintendo Direct to present all the news of the game has not stopped being discussed. Nintendo Switch schedule in the second half of the year. Who knows if it will be one of the last great broadcasts of the Japanese company before making the final leap to Nintendo Switch 2, but what is clear is that the current generation still has a lot to contribute. After numerous leaks, now they may have been given two code names who aim to be protagonists in the broadcast event.
As reported by the insider Pyoro, which in the past has already offered relevant information about the Nintendo environment, there will be two exclusive titles for Nintendo Switch that will be announced in the Nintendo Direct that should be announced today for its celebration tomorrow, June 21. The games in question are the remake of a SNES classic and a new 2D Mario game. At the moment, nothing else stands out about it, but the presence of a great license like Mario and the return of a classic from one of the brand’s most successful consoles point to a very interesting Nintendo Direct.
— Pyoro (@Pyoro_ND) June 19, 2023
Luckily, today we will be able to clear up doubts about it, since if all the information that has been emerging in recent times is true, Nintendo should announce this afternoon the celebration of the new Nintendo Direct. Of course, we will inform you about any news in this regard.
The new Nintendo Direct would have the usual format: it would not be a Mini or a Partner
Through everything that has been said in the last few hours about the Nintendo Direct that should be held in a few hours, there is a most interesting detail that may be key to what will be seen in the broadcast event. Likewise, it certifies the leak of Pyoro, since everything indicates that we will be before a Nintendo Direct in its traditional formathence will not be a Nintendo Direct Mini or Partner Showcase.
What does this mean? what can we see Nintendo exclusive video games that will be part of the Nintendo Switch calendar for the next few months, so the presence of that new Mario 2D and the return of the SNES classic seem like evidence, following all the clues.