Nintendo Direct: a new rumor tries again with a date set for the end of June

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We always try, when it comes to Nintendo Direct: we have a second rumor, this time for the end of June instead of the beginning

Stop if you’ve heard it before: the Big N is preparing a new one Nintendo Direct it’s a rumor asserts that the date is at the end of June. Let’s be honest, isn’t that pretty much what you heard a few days ago? Of course, last week there was talk of a presentation scheduled just the day after tomorrow, but waiting for a confirmation (which could / should have arrived in these hours, if this were the case) someone else raises the bar. Speculation is growing in direct proportion to the secrecy of the content, and now it is an established journalist who is raising the bar on the calendar.

Try it again, rumor: Nintendo Direct at the end of June

During a Twitch stream where he followed the Xbox showcase and Bethesda, the former reporter Alanah Pearce has rekindled the rumor wheel: yes, a Nintendo Direct will arrive (hopefully) at the end of June. In the midst of Microsoft’s coverage of events, a message in the group chat asked the serious question. Less burdensome, barring a last-minute remark, was Pearce’s response. “I don’t know if it has been announced. But you heard it here first. Let me check. ” Yes, streamers have notes too. And there is no lack of a precise date (we said “precise”, not “reliable”).

“I marked it,” Pearce continues, before declaring: “29, yes. June 29, Nintendo Direct. ” Of course, when it comes to speculation, there was no shortage of it the proverbial hands on: “It’s not technically a leak, because Nintendo didn’t tell me.” The streamer then concluded her prediction by making a colorful (read: untranslatable) remark about the alleged low quality of the cartridges that the Kyoto Colossus will fire. We obviously remember that in addition to being a former industry journalist, Pearce is currently a screenwriter for Sony Santa Monica, which would explain at least a minimum of fans. The last presentation revealed both Nintendo Switch Sports (which we enthusiastically reviewed) and Mario Strikers: Battle League Football (which we are enthusiastically reviewing).

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Stefania Romagnoli is a dedicated writer who delves into the world of video game news. With a profound passion for gaming, Stefania keeps readers informed and up-to-date on the latest developments, announcements, and trends within the gaming industry.