Nintendo started this E3 with the introduction of the Daemon Xmachina game that will be available for 2019.
Nintendo continued with the expansion for the game Xenoblade Chronicles 2, called Torna – The Golden Country, available for September 14. This expansion will be included in the Season Pass and, for those who do not have it, can be purchased separately in physical form including the Season Pass.
The conference followed with the presentation of Super Mario Party, the first Mario Party for Switch, leaving on October 5th. New in this Mario Party is the ability to interact with multiple screens at once.
With a trailer they showed us the new Fire Emblem saga, titled Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which will be available for Switch, with an estimated release date for next spring. As we have seen in the trailer, we will find ourselves in battle and, for the first time in Fire Emblem, we will be able to visit the cities we visit.
It has been available for Nintendo Switch, Fornite and Hollow Knigth for a few weeks now, and is free of charge, just like all other platforms.
They also confirmed other releases such as Dragon Ball Fighter Z, Over Cooked 2 and presented us with a new trailer for the expected (especially for me) Octopase Traveller.
But without a doubt, the most talked about Nintendo was the new Smash Bros Ultimate, which will be available on our shelves on December 7, 2018. In this new issue we can find all the characters from the old issues to date as well as new characters like:
Ink Girl and Ink Boy by Splatoon
Ridley, enemy of the Metroid saga
Since almost the entire cast of Nintendo game characters are now in the Smash world, we were told not to expect too many surprises, but that a few more characters would be included.
Another important thing that Nintendo has revealed to us is that we will once again have the GameCube system’s controller, so for those of us who had it in storage, we’ll have to dust it off to defeat any enemies we might encounter.