How to watch June’s Nintendo Direct Mini: Start time, stream & what to expect

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Nintendo has confirmed that a Nintendo Direct Mini presentation will take place on June 28, so here are details of the stream’s start time and how to watch.

Just days after hosting a dedicated Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Nintendo Direct, Nintendo has announced that it will host another Nintendo Direct Mini stream on June 28 with a focus on third-party games.

It might not be the first-party Nintendo Direct that many fans had expected from E3 season (even with the annual event being canceled once again), but there are still sure to be some exciting announcements.

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You’ll find everything you need to know to watch along with the June Nintendo Direct Mini presentation below.


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When does the June Nintendo Direct Mini start?

The next Nintendo Direct Mini takes place on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, and begins at 6am PT / 9am ET / 2pm BST. The presentation is expected to last around 25 minutes.

Don’t worry if you can’t tune in at this time, as the presentation (as well as any trailers featured in it) will be available to watch on-demand whenever suits you.

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How to watch the June Nintendo Direct Mini stream

The easiest way to tune into the Nintendo Direct Mini presentation is to watch it directly on Nintendo’s official YouTube channel. It’s on-demand, so you can watch and fast-forward whenever you like.

We’ll also embed the video right here as soon as it’s available, so make sure you check back on the day.

What to expect from the Nintendo Direct Mini presentation

Nintendo has confirmed that this Direct Mini presentation will be focused on upcoming third-party games for the Nintendo Switch family of consoles, so don’t expect any big The Legend of Zelda or Mario news.

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A few games that could make an appearance include Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak, the upcoming Live A Live remake, and potentially the long-awaited sequel Bayonetta 3, which will be a Switch exclusive.

As always, though, it’s best to keep your expectations low and then be pleasantly surprised if anything huge does get revealed.

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