Nintendo E3 2017 Presentation: How To Watch Online

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The Nintendo E3 2017 presentation will happen on Tuesday, June 13. Nintendo

Nintendo is ready to showcase its upcoming Switch and 3DS titles during its E3 2017 presentation.

Last year’s E3 presentation was focused mainly on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild before the release of the Nintendo Switch. A year later and the Switch is now available worldwide so more announcements will come

If you’re looking to watch the Nintendo E3 2017 presentation, you can check out the official Nintendo E3 website where the direct will be livestreamed. You can also check out the official Nintendo of America YouTube and Twitch channels, which you can see below.

So what can fans expect from the Nintendo E3 2017 presentation?

On the Nintendo Switch front, it was already announced that Super Mario Odyssey will be a huge focus at this year’s show. More gameplay and information will be revealed during the Nintendo Direct.

ARMS and Splatoon 2 will also be given more information at the Nintendo E3 2017 presentation. While information on ARMS will likely be scarce, with the release date on June 16, Splatoon 2 fans will likely get more story mode and multiplayer information.

The new Pokken Tournament DX will also be present at Nintendo’s E3 event. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is also something that will likely get a spotlight for the holiday season.

Third-party Nintendo Switch games like Skyrim, FIFA 18 and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will be shown off. Fans should expect some more third-party announcements as well.

If you want to learn more about the 2017 Nintendo 3DS slate, the latest Pokemon games, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon will be shown off with hopefully more information.

The Summer 3DS titles, Ever Oasis, Hey Pikmin and Miitopia will all be given a spotlight. Nintendo has said that it will support the 3DS into 2018 so don’t be surprised if there’s more titles that will be announced during the E3 2017.

So what do you want to see from Nintendo’s E3 2017 presentation? Let us know in the comments section below

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