Nintendo’s annual pre-E3 discussion will be dedicated wholly to a new Legend of Zelda game, a association has suggested in a press release
The uncover kicks off during 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Jun 14th, with Nintendo of America boss and COO Reggie Fils-Aime introducing an whole day of livestreamed gameplay. Nintendo Treehouse: Live will be hosting a stream, and Nintendo developers will seem via a day to offer explanation and behind-the-scenes information.
This tide will yield fans with their initial in-depth demeanour during a new game, that array writer Eiji Aonuma has described as “removing boundaries” and braggadocio “gameplay that has not been gifted in prior games in a series.”
The diversion will also be playable on a uncover building during E3 itself, and in fact will be a usually diversion during Nintendo’s booth.
E3 runs from Jun 14th by Jun 16th. The Nintendo Treehouse: Live uncover will be streamed on YouTube, Twitch, and Nintendo.com.
The new, still untitled Legend of Zelda diversion will launch concurrently on both a Wii U and Nintendo’s puzzling new console, codenamed NX, in 2017.