Nintendo E3: Three Biggest Takeaways
E3 is underway.
E3, or the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is one of the largest video game conferences in the world.
It goes from June 11-13, but it's surrounded by other video game developer events.
On Tuesday, Nintendo presented its lineup of games for the next year.
Luigi's Mansion 3 The video game and console developer kicked off its presentation with a teaser trailer for Luigi's Mansion 3, a game that stars Mario's brother as he wanders through a haunted hotel.
A luxurious hotel getaway with all your friends… What could possibly go wrong?
😱#LuigisMansion 3 creeps onto #NintendoSwitch this year!
#NintendoE3 pic.twitter.com/Nj51BMnCGI — Nintendo Europe @ E3 2019 (@NintendoEurope) June 11, 2019 The game is the first time that Luigi has starred in his own game since Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, which was released back in 2013.
The game will be released sometime in 2019.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Nintendo teased the return of the popular Animal Crossing franchise.
The newest game will take place on a deserted island.
Originally, Animal Crossing was slated for a 2019 release, but it was announced at E3 that the company had bumped it back to a March 2020 release.
This game is meant to be a Nintendo Switch exclusive.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel In the final minutes of Nintendo's presentation, they revealed that a sequel to the Breath of the Wild installation in the Legend of Zelda series is in the works.
However, there's no timeline set for the game's release just yet.
Breath of the Wild was originally released back in 2017.
The Witcher: Wild Hunt Geralt is back.
Nintendo announced that the most recent game in the Witcher series would be coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year.
The acclaimed open world adventure and winner of over 250 Game of the Year awards, #TheWitcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition, comes to #NintendoSwitch!
Take your steel and silver swords anywhere you want when the game launches in 2019.
Pic.twitter.com/JD1bzB5jU8 — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) June 11, 2019 The game, which was originally released back in 2015, has earned over 250 awards.
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