Where to watch the latest Nintendo Direct - September 6, 2018

Catch up with the latest Nintendo news by checking out tomorrow's Nintendo Direct live stream.

UPDATE: The Nintendo Direct for September 6 was postponed following a devastating earthquake in Hokkaido, Japan. Currently, no new scheduled date has been released for the Nintendo Direct. Our thoughts go out to those affected by the earthquake in northern Japan. 

Today, Nintendo announced plans to hold another Nintendo Direct live stream tomorrow, September 6. Tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct will kick off at 3 p.m. (PST), 6 p.m. (EST), and 11 p.m. (BST) and will be viewable online. According to Nintendo, the live stream will come in at just under 40 minutes in length and will showcase a variety of games for both Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS.

While no games have been announced in relation to tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct, Nintendo will likely prioritize upcoming releases including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu, Eevee. Of course, Nintendo may also reveal more information about new Switch games with the potential to release in 2019 such as Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Shin Megami Tensei V, Bayonetta 3, and Metroid Prime 4.

Meanwhile, games scheduled to release next month for Nintendo 3DS like Super Mario Party on October 5, and the port of Luigi’s Mansion on October 12, should get a mention during tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct.

Where to Watch Tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct

The Nintendo Direct scheduled for September 6, 2018, will go live at 3 p.m. (PST), 6 p.m. (EST), and 11 p.m. (BST) online. You can view the Nintendo Direct live stream on Nintendo’s website, Nintendo’s Twitch channel, and Nintendo’s YouTube channel (where trailers will be uploaded after the Nintendo Direct ends).

Tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct will focus on games for both Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS, and will last approximately 35-40 minutes. The time devoted to Nintendo 3DS during this live stream should be less than the time devoted for Nintendo Switch, especially with several big titles including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releasing for the platform before the end of 2018.

Be sure to check back here at AllGamers, as we’ll be posting updates on tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct. In the meantime, what games do you hope Nintendo will show during tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct live stream? Let us know down in the comments below!

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