Nintendo has announced their E3 2019 plans which includes a little of what fans expect from the publisher along with some new stuff.
First off the Nintendo Direct E3 Showcase. Nintendo plans to air their streamed direct at 9 am PT on June 11, which can be viewed at their website. Viewers can expect new software reveals as the publisher takes a look at the games they have coming in 2019.
The publisher will also continue their Treehouse Live segment during E3 which takes place at Nintendo’s E3 booth and features deep dives into additional new game reveals and developer commentary from developers and publishers. The air dates and schedule will be revealed at a later date.
During E3, people who attend the event will be able to easily play the publisher’s games by using Nintendo’s Warp Pipe Pass, which is meant to cut down on wait times in the line. Details about the Warp Pipe Pass will be delivered later, but those who use it will need a Nintendo Account to sign up.
Additionally, Nintendo plans to host two tournaments at the event for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Splatoon 2. The tournament will take place on June 8 at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles with players from across the globe.
More about Nintendo’s E3 plans will be revealed soon, but they are usually tight-lipped about details until after the reveal.
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