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E3 2021: Important things to take from Nintendo Direct announcements

E3 2021: Important things to take from Nintendo Direct announcements

At the heart of the E3 2021, which took place exclusively online, Nintendo’s live broadcasts are no exception. Nintendo was eagerly awaiting, mainly because the announcement of the Nintendo Switch Pro did not come out in the end. We mainly focus on announcements regarding the return of key owners of a manufacturer such as Mario Party Superstars. Mario Golf: Super RushWarrior: Get It Together, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania or even the sequel to The Legend Zelda: Wild breathIt is scheduled for release in 2022. Meanwhile, fans may be waiting for the remaster Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword It’s coming in July, but includes Cam & Watch: The Legend of Zelda, Zelda, Zelda 2 and Zelda: Lynx Awakening, and it’s available in November. Finally, Metroid Dread had a bombshell effect: the title is still in development, but it is yet to be released by the end of 2021.

Nintendo Switch: Games full of third-party publishers

The Nintendo-Switch Welcome to numerous games offered by third party publishers in the coming months and years. From Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, from Square Enix, Two Point Campus, from Two Point, Just Dance 2022 from Ubisoft or Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Bandai Namco will invest in the Nintendo console, which in a way expands its list. Generous. If all of these games are available in other media, the fact that Nintendo welcomes more titles from third-party publishers is certainly good news for current and future switch owners. This is a colorful E3 for Nintendo!

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