Nintendo America have revealed some of the games that will be playable at E3 2019. The Nintendo E3 2019 Playable Games are: Pokémon Sword & Pokémon Shield, The Legend Of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order and Luigi’s Mansion 3. Nintendo have said that there will be more games available to play at the Nintendo Booth as well.
If you are not attending E3 this year, be sure not to miss out on the Nintendo Direct E3 2019 which will have more to show on Nintendo’s upcoming games.
To provide a follow-up and a recap of what is to come from Nintendo this E3, they have sent out a Press release, which we have for you below.
NINTENDO CONTINUES ITS COUNTDOWN TO E3 2019 WITH MORE DETAILS ON WHAT FANS CAN EXPECT
Tournaments, hands-on with multiple 2019 games for visitors to E3, and Nintendo Treehouse: Live (with an indie day) add up to a week of fun
6th June, 2019 – As the E3 2019 video game trade show rapidly approaches, Nintendo provided more details about some of its activities around the event, which runs in Los Angeles from 11thto 13th June. Nintendo confirmed that the Nintendo Switch games available for people to play on the show floor include Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, which were the focus of a recently released Pokémon Direct. Other games on the show floor include Luigi’s Mansion 3, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening and MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order, in addition to various other games playable in Nintendo’s booth. Fans will hear details about upcoming games for Nintendo Switch during the Tuesday-evening Nintendo Direct presentation, with continued information during the week on Nintendo Treehouse: Live, with a focus on indie games on Thursday 13th June.
Some of Nintendo’s activities during the week of E3 2019 include:
- Multiple game tournaments: Teams from around the world gather to compete in multiple Nintendo Switch games on Saturday 8th June in Los Angeles. The action starts at 20.00 CEST with the Super Mario Maker 2 Invitational 2019, in which four members of the Super Mario Maker community will compete in a variety of Super Mario Maker 2 courses. Next up, fans can enjoy the action of the Splatoon 2 World Championship 2019 – featuring European champions Alliance Rogue – and the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019 3v3 tournament, where the German squad of Light, RobinGG, Sirjon and back-up player Thunda will be competing as Team Europe. The competitions will be livestreamed in English via Nintendo of Europe’s E3 2019 website.
- Nintendo Direct: The presentation will begin at 18.00 CEST on Tuesday 11th June. The presentation, which focuses entirely on software, will offer a look at games scheduled to launch in 2019. Viewers can watch it in their local language by visiting Nintendo of Europe’s E3 2019 website.
- Nintendo Treehouse: Live: Nintendo of America’s Treehouse staff hosts a livestream from Nintendo’s booth at E3 that offers viewers live gameplay and commentary. The show on Tuesday 11th June starts immediately following the Nintendo Direct presentation. For the following two days, the show is scheduled to start at 18.00 CEST For the first time ever, Nintendo is dedicating Nintendo Treehouse: Live programming on Thursday 13th June to focus on indie games. People can view every day of the livestream in English at Nintendo of Europe’s E3 2019 website.
- Nintendo eShop sale: To celebrate E3 2019, Nintendo is offering discounts on select digital Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS games in Nintendo eShop and on the Nintendo of Europe website. The sale starts at 19.00 CEST on 11th June and runs until 23.59 (local time) on 18th June. The full list of discounted games will be announced next week.
For the most up-to-date information about Nintendo’s presence at E3 2019, keep an eye on Nintendo of Europe’s E3 2019 website.
Visitors to E3 can get hands-on with a range of Nintendo Switch titles, while fans will hear details about upcoming games for Nintendo Switch during the Tuesday-evening Nintendo Direct presentation. Additional information is on the way during the week on Nintendo Treehouse: Live, with a focus on indie games on Thursday 13th June.
Source: Nintendo PR & @NintendoAmerica (Twitter)
This post was written by Mike Scorpio