Big Nintendo Direct Confirmed for Tomorrow

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Nintendo is officially gearing up for its next full, big Direct. The company revealed this latest Nintendo Direct will stream on September 13 bright and early at 7 a.m. PT and “mostly” focus on Switch games launching this winter.

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Nintendo obviously didn’t reveal what would be in this 40-minute show, but recent reports point to it having more than a few remasters. Insider Jeff Grubb and his podcast co-host Mike Minotti said Switch remasters of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess were incoming in addition to a remaster of the first Metroid Prime. That Metroid remaster has been floating around for some time and has reportedly been finished for a while, and if it is supposed to release in conjunction with its 20th anniversary in November, it would have to be announced soon.

While he was pretty adamant about the Zelda remasters, Grubb also speculated that this show could have information about Breath of the Wild‘s untitled sequel. Seeing as though it is a longer Direct and is “mostly” going to feature games launching this year, there’s some room for Nintendo to talk more about this highly anticipated and mysterious follow-up that was delayed into 2023.

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Reliable insider The Snitch also hinted that a Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse rerelease was coming. And while not specifically positioned as a Direct-related reveal, Nintendo did announce the Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water rerelease at a Nintendo Direct in June 2021. The show will possibly also have more information about Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, given how both are two notable new Switch titles slated for this year. Nintendo also has Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp in its back pocket, but has not signaled when the delayed title would finally see the light of day.

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