September's Nintendo Direct livestream is on the horizon, featuring a discussion on upcoming Switch games, as well as a closer look at Pokemon Sword and Shield. If you would like to watch it, you've came to the right place.
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Pokemon Sword and Shield will be just over two months away once the broadcast goes live and while the franchise's fanbase will be expecting to see even more details from the game's Galar Region, there's no reason to suggest we won't get a lot more than that.
This Nintendo Direct will be broadcast on September 4, starting at 3pm PT (11pm BST, 6pm EST, and 8am AEST on September 5).
The Nintendo Direct will be presented on the official Nintendo YouTube channel via a livestream, which is linked inside this article, and fans can expect to see a lot of news come out from the event. Once the event starts, simply click play below and you're all set.
There are numerous possibilities that could come out from this Nintendo Direct, but two games have been confirmed by Nintendo as certain inclusions. Those are Pokemon Sword and Shield, as well as Luigi's Mansion 3.
The next installment of the Pokemon video game franchise is set for a November 15 release and so far there have been a selection of new additions to the Pokedex already revealed.
There could even more Pokemon revealed during the course of this broadcast, Galarian forms, or perhaps even a closer look into the title's story.
Where the next Luigi's Mansion game is concerned, just like Sword and Shield, we have already been given a look at the gameplay - most recently at Gamescom 2019 (above) - but that doesn't mean to say that even more isn't on the way.
Will Nintendo throw a few curveballs at fans and take them by surprise? Well, you're going to have to tune in and find out.
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