Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, Metroid Dread, Mario Party… Nintendo’s flagship announcements at E3

While gamers imagined they had news of the Switch Pro, Nintendo finally showered their hopes. But Big N has however announced a slew of games to come to the console like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2. We summarize all that for you.

The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild 2 Nintendo’s E3 conference was eagerly awaited. Big N was to present the future games that will be available on the Nintendo Switch in the future. We also secretly hoped that the Kyoto firm would confide in us on the Nintendo Switch Pro. To the chagrin of the players, however, she remained silent on this subject. Rest, here is the summary of all the announcements made during the conference.

The Legend of Zelda : Breath of the Wild 2

This is the notable information from the conference. The first trailer for the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has finally been revealed. We see in particular a Link hovering in the clouds before having some gameplay images to put in their mouths. As for the release date of this future title eagerly awaited by the community, we now know that it will tumble in 2022.

Mario Party Superstars

A new installment of Mario Party was also unveiled during Nintendo Direct. This one will be called Mario Party Superstars. It will ship five trays straight out of the Nintendo 64 Mario titles. Ultimately, more than 100 mini-games will be available. Note that we will have to wait until October 29 to get Mario Party Superstars.

Metroid Dread

It’s now been four years since Metroid Prime 4 was announced. Big N has once again confirmed that this fourth installment is still in development. And while waiting for its arrival, players will be able to fall back on Metroid Dread, the famous 2D action adventure title. It will be released on October 8.

The summary of the main announcements

  • The Life is Strange series is finally coming to Nintendo Switch. This includes the upcoming title Life is Strange: True Colors scheduled for September 10.
  • A new trailer for Shin Megami Tensei V has been presented, along with several gameplay sequences. Scheduled for November 12, 2021, the title of Atlus with demonic hints can be pre-ordered from June 21.
  • A remaster of the first installments of Advance Wars will go on sale from December 3. Entitled Advance Wars 1 + 2 Re-Boot Camp, this strategy game will immerse you in the middle of the battlefield. It’s up to you to manage your troops as well as possible.
  • Wario Ware Get it Together! will be available from September 10, 2021. Significantly, the mini-games can be played in cooperation.
  • Dragon Ball Z Kakarot will land on September 24 on the Big N console.

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