Nintendo Direct September Confirmed: 40 Minutes of Pokemon, Luigi and more planned

Nintendo has confirmed a Nintendo Direct and the best news of all is you don't have to wait long as it's coming tomorrow.

We know, short notice, but there you go. That's Nintendo for you.

We're sure the Nintendo Direct will deliver in spades though because it's 40 minutes long.

Yes, you read that correctly: 4-0, minutes.

That's an awful lot of time to spend on WarioWare if you ask us (wink), but hey, maybe they'll throw in some other announcements too.

There's been a lot of talk about Overwatch coming to Nintendo Switch, rumours abound regarding an SNK fighter joining the Smash Bros Ultimate lineup.

We're sure there's a lot more in store, and the official announcement does specifically call out updates for Luigi's Mansion and Pokemon Sword and Shield, so we know for certain those games will get a mention.

As we say though, with 40 minutes to fill, that's an awful lot of time to cover some of the big new games coming this fall.

The Nintendo Direct for September is scheduled to begin at 3pm PT, 6PM ET – which for anyone in the UK means a rather late start time of 11pm in the evening.

Best stock up on coffee now before you forget.

As with every Nintendo Direct, the prerecorded broadcast will be available to watch on Nintendo’s existing YouTube, Twitch, and Twitter channels.

As noted by Polygon, there's a variety of games which Nintendo could look to cover, with some of the notable Switch games including the likes of:

Daemon X Machina, The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening remake, Dragon Quest 11 S: Echoes of an Elusive Age — Definitive Edition, Pokemon Sword and Shield, and Luigi’s Mansion 3.

Though the direct specifically mentions that it will focus on 2019 games, it's still possible (if not likely) that the company will provide some sort of update on the state of Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Metroid Prime 4 (both previously delayed)

Check back with Daily Star for updates and more news in the lead up to Nintendo's next Nintendo Direct presentation.

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