June 2024 Nintendo Direct: How to watch and what to expect

The next Nintendo Direct, confirmed earlier this year along with a Switch successor, It is just around the corner. Nintendo https://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica/status/1802702745276662114 (formerly Twitter) to confirm that a long Nintendo Direct is just a day away. This is shaping up to be a pretty significant Direct for Nintendo Switch, as it’s very possible it’ll be the last one we’ll get without knowing more about what the hybrid gaming platform’s follow-up will be.

With unreleased Nintendo Switch games like Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition and Metroid Prime 4 still on the horizon, we know Nintendo has some big games it can talk about. There are bound to be some surprises too, so all Nintendo fans should tune in. If you plan to do just that, we’ve put together all the necessary information you need to know before watching the June 2024 Nintendo Direct.

When is the June 2024 Nintendo Direct?

The June 2024 Nintendo Direct will begin at 7 a.m. PT on Tuesday, June 18. Nintendo says the presentation will last “approximately 40 minutes,” so it will end well before 8 a.m. PT.

How to watch the June 2024 Nintendo Direct

Nintendo Direct 6.18.2024 – Nintendo Switch

As is always the case with Nintendo Directs, everything will be streamed live directly from Nintendo’s YouTube channel. We’ve embedded the link above so you can watch the full show directly from this webpage.

What to expect from the June 2024 Nintendo Direct

Nintendo says this will be a “live stream focused on Nintendo Switch games coming in the second half of 2024.” At this time, unreleased first-party games with release dates are Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD (June 27) and Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition (July 18). Beyond that, Nintendo’s game lineup for the second half of 2024 is a mystery, so it has a lot to reveal. Maybe we’ll finally see Metroid Prime 4 in action?

However, there is one thing we know we won’t see. “There will be no mention of the successor to the Nintendo Switch during this presentation,” Nintendo stated directly. If you were hoping to be surprised to find out what was next for Nintendo in the hardware space at this event, then you will be disappointed. Hopefully, that means we’ll get an extremely clear picture of what the Nintendo Switch line of games looks like for the rest of its life cycle as Nintendo’s flagship console.

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