This is the date for the possible Nintendo Direct from the end of August
Jeff Grubb returns back to his old ways with what this time is an exact date for the new Nintendo Direct
Although 2020 is clearly being the year of PS5 and Xbox Series X, from Nintendo they have already left us the odd event and major releases such as Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
However, players of the hybrid console today need a dedicated event with news about the great games that are to come in the future of the console, and this August may leave us with the surprise that everyone wants.
A Nintendo Direct on August 28, 2020?
Thus, if a few days ago Jeff Grubb, from Venture Beat, already anticipated the possibility of a Nintendo Direct taking place between August 27 and early September, the journalist had, even more, to say and more precisely on a new occasion:
So, I’ve heard a number of things and I think there’s a pretty solid chance of a Nintendo Direct happening next week, on Friday the 28th. At least that’s what I’ve heard.”
In such a way, if Grubb’s forecast comes true and seeing how the summer has gone there are plenty of reasons to trust him, we would currently find ourselves less than a week away from Nintendo players having their long-awaited news about the future. from Nintendo Switch.
We remember that at this point there are many great names that have been in the air for years; In particular, Bayonetta 3 and Metroid Prime 4 should be highlighted in this scenario, possibly the projects announced together with Nintendo Switch that we have heard the least about since then or in a less positive way, in the case of the Metroid delivery Likewise, the desire to have news about The Legend of Zelda:
Breath of the Wild 2 can also affect many, and seeing the success of the first installment, it seems logical to think that the sequel is a priority in the hybrid’s catalog.
So, at the moment we have no alternative but to wait and see what game Nintendo prepares. In this sense, we must not forget that Gamescom 2020 will take place next week, so it would make sense for the Japanese company to take advantage of the ‘hype’ of the moment to carry out a Nintendo Direct.