Here is the confirmed time and date of the Nintendo E3 2018 press conference
Once again, Nintendo will not be hosting a live press conference at E3. Instead, they will unveil their new games with a video presentation broadcast right before the show opens, at 9am on Tuesday June 12, 2018.
The broadcast will be streamed on the Nintendo E3 website, Twitch, and YouTube.
Once the video presentation has finished there will be three days of content from Nintendo Treehouse Live, including gameplay demos, and developer interviews. Nintendo’s E3 2018 booth will also host the Splatoon 2 World Championship, and a Super Smash Bros Invitational.
Nintendo E3 2018 Video Presentation
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
- PT: 9am
- ET: 12pm
- BST: 5pm
- CEST: 6pm
As for the games, Nintendo says that its E3 slate will focus on new Switch games coming in 2018. This means plenty of time spent on the new Super Smash Bros. We can also expect to see more of the new Switch Yoshi game, some third-party titles such as Bayonetta 3, and perhaps even the next game in the Pokémon series. Metroid Prime 4, we fear, will have to wait for another year.
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And if we haven’t heard by mid-June, we should also get full details of the Nintendo Switch online service which is set to launch in September.
If we could have one random announcement, how about a full follow-up to the Game Boy launch title, Super Mario Land?
Check out the full E3 2018 press conference schedule.
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