As part of a Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase, the publisher presented new information about upcoming switch games. In addition to new game scenes for WWE 2K Battlegrounds and Rogue Company, Nintendo also presented two games from the Shin Megami Tensei series for Nintendo Switch. As Nintendo reveals in a current press release, further such Direct Mini episodes are planned: Additional episodes are to follow during the year. More specific details will be given later.
In a Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase, the publisher presented new information on upcoming switch games on Monday. The focus was primarily on games from third-party manufacturers. In the approximately eight-minute video, players received new details and game scenes about WWE 2K Battlegrounds and Rogue Company. In addition, three new DLC packages for Cadence of Hyrule – Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda were presented, which expand the content with additional characters, modes and cards. Two games from the Shin Megami Tensei series were also shown for Nintendo Switch. Who should have missed the issue, no problem: You can catch up on the stream in the video below this message.
The episode broadcast on Monday is not going to stay that way: Nintendo announced in a press release that further editions of the Nintendo Direct Mini: Showcase format are planned. The publisher writes: "More presentations from the Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase series will follow later this year. Details of the next issue will be released at a later date." The publisher does not provide any further information. As soon as we receive additional details, you will find out as usual in our news area. It is not known when the next major Direct edition of Nintendo will follow. Most recently, Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa suggested changes to the direct format.
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