Nintendo Direct June 2024: How to watch and what to expect

Main visual from the June 18, 2024 Nintendo Direct.
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The next Nintendo Direct is almost upon us, with the Switch's successor confirmed earlier this year. Nintendo's I took it to X (formerly Twitter) to confirm that an extended Nintendo Direct is just one day away. This is shaping up to be a pretty important Direct for the Nintendo Switch, as it'll likely be the last directive we'll get before we know more about whatever sequel the hybrid gaming platform ends up being.

with unreleased Nintendo Switch games like Nintendo World Championship: NES Edition And Metroid Prime 4 is still on the horizon, we know Nintendo has some major future games it can talk about. It is inevitable that there will be some surprises, so all Nintendo fans should stay tuned. If you're planning to do just that, we've put together all the essential information you need to know before watching the June 2024 Nintendo Direct.

When is the June 2024 Nintendo Direct?

The June 2024 Nintendo Direct will begin on Tuesday, June 18 at 7 a.m. PT. Nintendo says the presentation will last “approximately 40 minutes,” so it'll wrap well before 8 a.m. PT.

How to watch the June 2024 Nintendo Direct?

Nintendo Direct 6.18.2024 – Nintendo Switch

As always with Nintendo Directs, everything will be streamed live directly from Nintendo's YouTube channel. We've included the link above so you can watch the entire show directly from this webpage.

What to expect from the June 2024 Nintendo Direct?

Nintendo says this will be “a livestream focused on upcoming Nintendo Switch games in the second half of 2024.” Currently unreleased first-party games with release dates Luigi's Mansion 2 HD (June 27) and Nintendo World Championship: NES Edition (July 18). Beyond that, Nintendo's game slate for the back half of 2024 is a mystery, so there's a lot to be revealed. Maybe we'll see in the end Metroid Prime 4 at work?

But there is something we know we cannot see. “A successor to the Nintendo Switch will not be mentioned during this presentation,” Nintendo said. If you're hoping to be surprised by learning Nintendo's next step in hardware at this event, you'll be disappointed. Hopefully this means we'll get a very clear picture of what the Nintendo Switch's gaming lineup looks like for the remainder of its lifecycle as Nintendo's primary console.

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