Where To Watch The September Nintendo Direct Event

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Nintendo Direct, one of the company’s major events that happens multiple times throughout the year, is almost here. If you’ve been diligent and stayed away from any of the leaks that have been floating around online today, we commend you.

Because much of the magic of Nintendo Direct, and other big video game events is in the mystery and excitement that comes from the surprises. While it can be tempting to know all or most of the information ahead of time, the surprises keep the excitement alive. While adding a special level of allure that you just don’t get if you have a head start on the details.

Nintendo Direct will be available to stream online as always. And if you’re keen on watching all the reveals, we’ve got you covered.


When does Nintendo Direct Start?

Nintendo Direct will start at 3PM PST. Though there’s always the possibility of Nintendo starting things a few minutes late. As these things can and often do happen with many livestreams of this nature.

What to expect from the show

Like some or all of you, we’ve tried to stay in the dark as much as possible about what Nintendo has in store for us here. But we do have some ideas about what we could see from the studio. For starters, there’s always the hope that Nintendo will show off more footage or have more information about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild 2.

Since the game’s initial announcement, Nintendo has been pretty quiet about it. That’s not to say that it will show up at this Nintendo Direct. But fans can hope. There’s also a chance Nintendo could reveal more about Metroid Dread (coming out later this year), Pokémon Legends: Arceus, Splatoon 3, and more.


Keep your eyes peeled for a few more titles too, like the new Hollow Knight game and Mario Party Superstars.

How to Watch the livestream

As noted above you’ll be able to watch the entire event online. You can view the event through Nintendo’s official YouTube channel, where it tends to hold all of its livestream events. You may also be able to watch it on Twitch. If you’re watching on YouTube, you can view the entire event from the livestream video embedded below.