As confirmed through social networks, the next Director of Nintendo will take place tomorrow, September 13, at 4:00 p.m. on Spanish peninsular schedule. The news, which confirms the leaks and rumors of the last weeks (some end up being right), supposes the return of the main directs seven months later, if we do not count their mini versions or those focused on Platoon 3 or Enfilade Chronicles 3.
Of course, the description of the event is not the most extensive, and we only know that it will last 40 minutes, with information mainly focused on games for Nintendo Switch that will arrive this winter.
In the case of the United Kingdom, by the way, it will not be broadcast live as show of respect during this period of national mourning after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, but the complete video will be published on its YouTube channel to the 16:00 of UK (one hour after the presentation begins).
From here, we just have to make them caravans about what is to come. It would be rare that we did not see any things about the recently released Platoon 3, in addition to others such as Bayonet ta 3 or even the new scarlet and purple Pokémon, although these are usually dropped more for their own presentations.
On the sequel to Breath of the Wild we know that it was delayed until spring of 2023 and, although it escapes this frame of winter, we cannot rule out that it is one of the few who stay out of that mainly of the announcement.
Maybe you have to know the departure date of Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp after its indefinite delay at the beginning of the year, but perhaps it is also interesting to comment on the ads that hinted at the same Insiders that were right with the Direct. Mike Menotti (Games beat) mentioned in a podcast that he was very, very sure that ports would be announced for two Zelda switch like Wind Water or Twilight Princess. Jeff Grubs (Giant Bomb), who also participated in that recording, had highlighted shortly before a Madrid prime Switch version would be announced and would arrive at the end of the year.