While companies like Microsoft and Sony usually take the stage at E3, Nintendo’s presence at the event has mostly been remote where while they do participate in E3, most of their announcements take place via live streams. This year appears to be no different as Nintendo has confirmed that they will be live streaming announcements at E3 this year.


According to Nintendo’s announcement, the live stream is expected to take place on the 11th of June, Monday, where it will kick off at 3:30pm PT/6:30pm ET, so for those planning to tune in, you’ll have to adjust your schedules accordingly. It is unclear as to what Nintendo will announce at E3, but the company will be hosting a Splatoon 2 World Championship event, along with the Super Smash Bros. Invitational 2018 tournament.

The company has also announced that they will be hosting a video presentation for games releasing in 2018 on the 12th of June at 9am PT, so if you want to check out new Nintendo games, that’s the date you’ll want to tune in. Like we said it is unclear what Nintendo might announce, but we’re sure that there are many who are hoping to hear more details about the upcoming Pokemon RPG for the Switch. Either way check back with us during E3 2018 for more news and updates.

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