Last week, Nintendo revealed their plans for E3, aka the Electronic Entertainment Expo. To start with, on June 13th, they’ll have a relatively “Nintendo Spotlight” where they’ll reveal more information on the games of 2017, and potentially 2018. Then, once that, they’ll do a Nintendo Treehouse where teammates and developers will talk about games that were upcoming to the Nintendo Switch and 3DS.
Nothing remarkable, right? But…about the Nintendo E3 site, you can find a few new text make the Treehouse Event section, it reads:
“Stay tuned once the Nintendo Spotlight, in the event the experts from Treehouse play through upcoming games for Nintendo Switch as well as the Nintendo 3DS category of systems, show behind-the-scenes info, and maybe even share some surprises.”
This is both intriguing, notable and curious, in your case should wonder what surprises they are able to rather share across the Treehouse event rather then spotlight. Also of interesting note, only Treehouse Event speaks for the 3DS within the description, as you move the Spotlight only notes the Nintendo Switch. Could these surprises be 3DS related?
As always, it’s impossible to calculate Nintendo, since they aren’t above pulling fast ones to obtain to listen in their shows. That said, Nintendo claims that the E3 is supposed to be big, not the smallest amount of which is because the Switch, so, whatever “surprises” have already been waiting, they’re sure to prosper some capacity, right?
Stay tuned to Outerhaven for substantially more news, and listen to in regards to the Nintendo Entertainment Podcast the next weeks since we have a look at everything Nintendo can as well as with regards to this E3!