In addition, if last year's September Nintendo Direct is anything go off of, we also expect some third-party titles to be shared. This was to be Nintendo's fourth Direct presentation. They plan to announce a new time/date "in the near future".
Our thoughts are with those affected by the recent natural disasters to hit Japan. The 7.0 magnitude natural disaster has claimed the lives of at least seven people and buried many homes under landslides. Nintendo has apologised for delaying the Direct but I'm sure you can understand why they made a decision to do it. Before the delay announcement, the landing page indicated that Nintendo will talk about games for both 3DS and the Switch. This disaster, named Typhoon Jebi, also resulted in deaths, injuries, floodings, and power outages.More news: Google Made Another Headphone Dongle for the Pixel 2 for $12
The Nintendo Direct presentation scheduled for Thursday evening was planned to focus on "upcoming Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch titles".
If you are wanting to catch the Nintendo Direct live, revisit this article at 3 PM PT/6 PM ET on September 6th as we have the video embedded below.
This latest Nintendo Direct is just one of several that have happened since the beginning of August. Nintendo's official website (on some occasions, at least) is now listing the game as "Yoshi's Crafted World".More news: Everything you need to know about Hurricane Florence
The Direct will nearly certainly feature Xenoblade Chronicles 2 DLC Torna ~ The Golden Country, Super Mario Party, and Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! Our deepest condolences go out to Japan in the wake of the natural disasters.
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