Nintendo Direct Smashes E3 2019 with Animal Crossing News!
Finally! We have news about Animal Crossing coming to Nintendo Switch – if you are anything like us; then you would have been sat at the edge of your seat, screaming as Nintendo Direct E3 2019 came on your screen for news, any news about Animal Crossing and we were not disappointed!
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
It may be delayed, but it is coming. That’s what we are focusing on. The title was originally planned to launch in 2019, but now, the release is going to be on March 20th, 2020. You may have noticed it is quite a delay, however, we don’t mind. We would much rather wait for the game to be developed properly than rushed out.
What’s the story behind Animal Crossing: New Horizons?
Well, your character will be ferried (via the Nook, Inc. Charter) to a desert Island, where you will need to set up a tent and start growing your very own town! Don’t worry though, the game doesn’t divert too heavy from the previous activities available in the previous Animal Crossing Games, such as; Crafting Items, Shaking Trees, Fishing and more.
What else did Nintendo Direct Announce at E3 2019?
Moving on from Animal Crossing – Nintendo Direct announced a LOT of big news. Their presentation was filled with rapid-fire announcements such as; New fighters in Super Smash Bros. and Link’s Awakening release date, Breath of the Wild Sequel as well!
New Characters Announced in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Fans everywhere went wild yesterday, as Nintendo Direct announced Dragon Quest hero; Banjo – Kazoole. DQ’s hero is coming with the ability to shift forms.
Are you ready for a new experience? Well, Nintendo is taking a classic which was released originally 26 years ago on the Game Boy is going to be reborn on the Switch; washing ashore on the mysterious Koholint Island, Link must undergo challenging dungeons and battles against some truly terrifying monsters.
This game will be exclusively available on the Switch in September 2019.
Breath of the Wild Sequel
There is not much to report on the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild other than it is now in the development stage. No announcement of the release date, title or further details were made at the gaming expo yesterday. All that was shown was Link traveling with Zelda herself on horseback and potentially a glimpse of Hyrule Castle in the distance.
Added By: Stealth Gaming | Date Added: 12th Jun 2019