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Nintendo Direct for March goes live, watch it here

Nintendo has a (shock) new episode of its Nintendo Direct collection, and you’ll watch it proper now. The new episode of Nintendo Direct runs about 29 minutes and focuses on video games coming to Nintendo Switch.

The new Nintendo Direct Mini episode touches on Xenoblade Chronicles, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Pokémon Sword and Shield.

The newest Nintendo Direct couldn’t come at a greater time. Nintendo’s presently introduced lineup consists of solely a handful of video games: Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition, Square Enix’s Bravely Default 2, PlatinumGames’ Bayonetta 3, Metroid Prime 4, and the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Only Xenoblade Chronicles and Bravely Default 2 have confirmed launch home windows in 2020.

Of course, Nintendo only recently launched Animal Crossing: New Horizons for Switch, so many console homeowners are maintaining busy. But with two next-gen console releases scheduled for later this yr, Nintendo followers might wish to know learn how to funds their 2020.

Nintendo just lately streamed a brand new Indie World presentation, outlining a few of the independently developed video games coming to Switch this yr.

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