The company's next event is Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3 which will start right after the Nintendo Spotlight live stream.
E3 attendees will be able to compete in tournaments for Splatoon 2 and Arms, both of which will release this summer. The 2017 Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational will be held on June 13th, where four pre-qualified teams from Europe, the US, Japan and Australia and New Zealand will compete in the first-ever worldwide Splatoon 2 competition. It will broadcast the Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational with four pre-qualified squids quads from the United States, Japan, Europe and Australia/NewZealand. Then, on June 14th, Nintendo will host the 2017 ARMS Open Invitational.
The prospect of seeing more games for the Nintendo Switch is very enticing.
Nintendo revealed its plans for E3 2017 on Twitter by sharing a photo of its full schedule. According to the announcement, the digital copies of the game for the console will now be sold for $29.99, which is similar to its price on the other three platforms.
It has become a tradition for Nintendo to forego the traditional E3 press conference, in favor of using their Direct way of releasing new information. Nintendo seems to have learned from their past mistake and it making sure that this reason doesn't comeback to haunt Nintendo Switch. Where is Skyrim? We're not sure how the progress of porting an nearly 5 year old game to the console is going but it doesn't seem to be going fast. They're bringing the format back again this year, mercifully announcing it sooner than they did last year, and giving us a head's up of what to expect this time.
While the rumors claim that Super Nintendo as well as the NES Classic can also be "revived" this year by the company, behold someone exhausted of waiting has made a decision to find a new way to bring the two eras together in the latest release.
Today is another big game release for the Nintendo Switch. What do you hope will be announced?