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Nintendo Direct September 2022: How To Watch, Start Times, And What To Expect

The next Nintendo Direct has been confirmed for this week after multiple rumors.


We're now less than an hour away from the latest Nintendo Direct presentation. It's set to take place today, September 13, at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET, having just been announced yesterday, following weeks of rumors that we'd be getting a September Direct.

The September 13 Nintendo Direct will include "roughly 40 minutes" of new information, focusing on games coming to Nintendo Switch this winter. Nintendo has not announced any specific titles coming to the presentation, although rumors are swirling about both Metroid and Zelda.

Nintendo Direct September 13 start time

The Nintendo Direct September 13 livestream will begin at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET in North America. However, viewers in the United Kingdom will have to wait an additional hour, as Nintendo UK announced the Direct will not be streamed, but rather uploaded as a video-on-demand to the Nintendo UK YouTube channel at 4 PM BST as "a mark of respect during this period of national mourning" regarding the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

  • 7:00 AM PT
  • 9:00 AM CDT
  • 10:00 AM ET
  • 4:00 PM BST (due to delay)
  • 12 AM AET (September 14)

How to watch and what to expect

The Nintendo Direct September 13 stream will be available for viewing on Nintedo's official YouTube channel--embedded above--as well as on the company's official website. Multiple games are rumored to be part of the presentation, including two ports of The Legend of Zelda--Wind Waker HD and Twilight Princess HD--as well as a remaster of the original Metroid Prime. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, which are scheduled to release on November 18, should feature during the event as well. We're also still awaiting word on a release of Advance Wars' Switch remaster, which was delayed indefinitely earlier this year.

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