Don’t panic It’s finally happening The first major Nintendo Direct in over a year is coming and as you can imagine, the fans are overjoyed with excitement To put it in perspective: There hasn’t been a real one since December 2019 Nintendo Direct more Nintendo will only publish partner showcases, indie presentations and mini showcases

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Now all you have to do is wait and speculate These are two skills that Nintendo fans have really improved over the past year.In the meantime, here’s everything you need to know about the Nintendo Direct from Nov. February need to know, including the start time, playback, and information we may see during the presentation

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The next big Nintendo Direct takes place on Wednesday 17th The live stream starts at 2 p.m. Pacific / 5 p.m. Eastern and runs for 50 minutes. With almost an hour, this is one of the most important Nintendo directors in a long time So expect numerous announcements and updates on previously announced games

You can watch the show on Nintendo’s YouTube channel, which the company usually streams presentations on, and there’s also a hub page on the Nintendo website that lets you watch the stream, so make sure you watch the video below set a reminder so you don’t miss it

Nintendo says the stream is “focusing on available games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and games for Nintendo Switch in the first half of 2021.” That means we probably won’t see big revelations for games like Metroid Prime 4 that are still a long way off, unless there’s a special teaser at the end

We’ll most likely see games like Bravely Default 2, Monster Hunter Rise, and New Pokémon Snap, all of which are slated to be released in the next few months, and there are third-party games like Apex Legends that are likely to pop into some more high profile indies as well showing up, like Axiom Verge 2, which just re-emerged on Epic Games’ own stream

The only game that we know will appear for sure is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, so it seems like the next fighter will be shown. “Other Games Available” could really cover a lot of titles, from Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity to Ring Fit Adventure. We’ll likely see some updates for Nintendo titles that last one Year or so were published

The one word answer? Zelda The franchise’s 35th anniversary is still days away (on Jan. February 2021), so it seems perfectly plausible that we’ll see some sort of announcement on this front.While Breath of the Wild 2 doesn’t look like it will be out in the first half of the year, a rumored Zelda All-Stars collection certainly could We know that Nintendo recently filed a few trademarks for The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass that could suggest a remake or Toon Link collection might be coming this spring

Pokémon’s 25th anniversary is just around the corner, so there’s some speculation that something like a Diamond and Pearl remake might be announced here.It’s important to note that most of the Pokémon announcements are in dedicated ones Pokémon streams happening so we may not get anything on that front

Everything Else Is a Mystery No More Heroes 3 and Bayonetta 3 could always make a surprise appearance and get a release date for late spring.We also got to see some surprising indie releases like Hollow Knight: Silksong or Sports Story that hit exactly on End of Direct happen Of course, Nintendo Directs’ only rule is “don’t get your hopes up” Don’t expect anything and hope that you will be pleasantly surprised afterward to avoid disappointment

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