Nintendo Direct Set For February 13, 2019

Nintendo Direct confirmed for tomorrow - Fire Emblem news promised

The February 2019 Nintendo Direct has just ended and there wasn't a single peep of information about the new Metroid game (or any remasters of old games, for that matter).

Data strings for Super Nintendo games discovered within the Nintendo Entertainment System app for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers last month have disappeared following its latest update.

We can speculate that we might see some of the phantom thief in action ahead of the DLC's release later this year. Stay tuned for all the rest.

The video will run for around 35 minutes and will kick off at 0900 AEDT / 0800 AQST / 0830 ACDT / 0600 AWST / 1100 NZDT. As usual, Nintendo will host streams of the broadcast on its official website and Twitch channels.

Fire Emblem:Three Houses was announced in 2017 and is slated for a spring release after its 2018 launch was delayed. We got a glimpse as new features lifted from other titles that were not included in the original such as the bell power-up in Super Mario 3D World. We could also learn more about Luigi's Mansion 3 and Animal Crossing, both of which are heading to the Nintendo Switch.

Assassin's Creed III Remastered outed for Switch again
For instance, rumors have been swirling for a while now that Nintendo is planning on holding a Direct at some point soon. However, Ubisoft failed to mention it when dating the PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One versions of the game last week.

One game we can safely assume won't be featured during today's presentation, however, is Metroid Prime 4. That doesn't necessarily stop Nintendo from making a surprise 3DS announcement, but that seems unlikely given what the company has already said about the Direct.

Anyway, we're as disappointed as you.

We're less than an hour away from tonight's Nintendo Direct, and things are starting to get exciting.

Metroid Prime Trilogy could be coming to Switch very soon indeed.

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