Nintendo Direct September 2023: How To Watch, Start Time, And What To Expect
Will the September Nintendo Direct confirm the return of the falcon-punch master?
Nintendo has officially announced the date for its September Direct, which will take place on September 14 and will run for roughly 40 minutes. According to Nintendo, the September Direct will focus on Switch games releasing "this winter" for the Switch.
Tune in on Sept. 14 at 7 a.m. PT for a #NintendoDirect livestream featuring roughly 40 minutes of information focused on #NintendoSwitch games releasing this winter.— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 13, 2023
Watch it live here: https://t.co/tUb8vyZNfx pic.twitter.com/WJcQ5ZQl1b
How to watch Nintendo Direct
The Nintendo Direct presentation will be available to stream via Nintendo's official channels, including YouTube and Twitch. We also have it embedded directly above to make things even easier for you.
Nintendo Direct start time
This particular Nintendo Direct will begin on September 14 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET, and will run for about 40 minutes. This makes it ones of the lengthier presentations we've seen from Nintendo in some time.
September Direct presentations have been a regular fixture on the Nintendo calendar for several years. With 2015 as the only exception, a Nintendo Direct has been held every year since 2012, focusing on upcoming releases from Nintendo. Currently, Nintendo has two major games scheduled for release in October, which has become an incredibly busy month. Detective Pikachu Returns is set to launch on October 6 and Super Mario Bros. Wonder--which recently had its own dedicated Direct--is scheduled for an October 20 release.
Beyond those two major franchises, rumors have begun circulating that two other classic IPs are expected to be showcased in the September Direct. Nintendo insider Pyoro--who has a strong track record with leaks--hinted at a possible F-Zero revival.
"Let's just say fans of a certain MATLAB function will be happy with the upcoming Direct," they posted on Friday. In a nutshell, this tweet subtly refers to a programming and numeric computing platform created by Mathworks to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models.
This platform also has an "fzero" function, which has led to speculation that F-Zero is making a comeback on Switch, 19 years after the last game in the series, F-Zero Climax for the Game Boy Advance, was released.
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