New Nintendo Direct could happen in September, says rumor
Nintendo would be preparing a new edition of the Nintendo Direct for this month of September, according to journalist and insider Jeff Grubb, from GamesBeat. The information was revealed in a live broadcast on Tuesday night (30).
According to the journalist, he is completely sure that the broadcast is being prepared and should focus on news from publishing partners for Nintendo Switch, but it can also include some surprises.
Sources say remasters of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, which have been rumored for a long time, would be among the possible reveals. He also mentions that he heard about Metroid Prime Remaster, which would celebrate its 20th anniversary and set the stage for the highly anticipated Metroid Prime 4.
Another expectation, albeit remote, is that the company may finally reveal the official name of the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which has been delayed to spring 2023 — which is equivalent to our fall, between March and June. .
Additionally, some keen fans have also noted that the official Nintendo Direct page, when Googled, reportedly underwent an update nearly a week ago. The understanding is that this would indicate an imminent announcement by the company.
Nonetheless, Nintendo has yet to officially comment on social networks and their event announcements usually happen on the eve. In recent months, the company has only held a Nintendo Direct Mini, in addition to broadcasts dedicated to Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and Splatoon 3.