February 13, 2019 Nintendo Direct confirmed

Alfred Osborne
February 13, 2019

Get ready for a new Nintendo Direct just in time for Valentine's Day.

Nintendo has confirmed it will host its first Nintendo Direct of 2019 on February 13.

As usual, Nintendo aren't saying much about what games will feature, except that there'll be "new details" on Fire Emblem: Three Houses and that it'll be around 35 minutes long - which is quite lengthy for a Direct.

Nintendo has revealed that a brand new Nintendo Direct will air tomorrow, and the internet can finally calm down for a few days. Fire Emblem is now slated for a spring 2019 release, so hopefully we'll get a proper release date.

We know that the Pokemon Gen 8 game is coming for the Switch in 2019 - but everything else about it remains a mystery.

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You can watch the broadcast on Shacknews tomorrow when the presentation goes down via YouTube. What are we hoping to see?

But it's unclear whether these games will get revealed in the rumoured February 2019 Nintendo Direct or a later one.

What would you like to see from the Direct?

Fueled by horror, rainbow-sugar-pixel-rushes, and video games, Brittany is a Senior Editor at Shacknews who thrives on surrealism and ultraviolence.

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