How to watch Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase February 2024: Date, time, more

Ethan Dean
Nintendo direct partner showcase February 2024

The next Nintendo Direct has been announced and it’s not far off. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the February 2024 Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase.

Nintendo’s first Nintendo Direct of 2024 is on the horizon and we’re excited to see what’s on offer. There’s already been some major news for Nintendo’s year ahead after Xbox’s leadership team confirmed that some former console exclusives are coming to the Switch.

Rumors surrounding the Switch 2 have also been heating up. Just don’t expect that to be revealed at this upcoming Nintendo Direct.

Nintendo has finally revealed when the first Nintendo Direct of the year will be airing following a short delay. Here’s all the info on the Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase including the date and time for the stream and where to watch.

Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase date & time

This year’s first Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase will air on February 21, 2024, at 6 AM PT/9 AM ET. It was originally scheduled to air sometime between February 12 and February 15 but it was pushed back.

Apparently, the delay was to avoid any competition with Xbox’s recent Business Update. Now that there’s no fear of being overshadowed, the event is going ahead.

Where to watch the February 2024 Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase

The February 2024 Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase will be published via Nintendo of America’s YouTube channel. There’s no watch link yet but we imagine it’ll be scheduled for a YouTube premiere.

Those who enjoy the waiting room experience should keep an eye out for it. We’ll be sure to add it here if or when it becomes available.

February 2024 Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase: What to expect

Nintendo themselves have announced that this Nintendo Direct will be a 25-minute showcase of games coming to Switch in “the first half of 2024”. The game’s shown off will be from Nintendo’s “publishing and development partners”.

So don’t expect any major exclusives like a Tears of the Kingdom sequel. Those hoping for info on Mario and pals will have to wait until later in the year.