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killeryoshis said:

We had a direct not even two months ago. Also, we already have a bunch of stuff already for 2019. What more can they possibly reveal for this year that shouldn't be saved for E3?

I am pretty sure a direct won't come until E3.

A Direct doesnt have to include a whole bunch of huge reveals. An April Direct will mostly focus on new details for games already announced and reveals of smaller games releasing in Spring-early Summer and maybe a tease of a big game.

Let's look at the March 2018 Direct for comparison

Kirby: Star Allies

Okami HD

Sushi Striker

Octopath Traveler

Travis Strikes Again

Dark Souls Remastered

Mario Tennis Aces

Captain Toad

Undertale

Crash Bandicoot Trilogy

Little Nightmares

South Park: Fractured But Whole

Hyrule Warriors

Splatoon 2 DLC

Smash Bros teaser

It was basically a bunch of late ports/remasters and updates on already announced games with Mario Tennis (June), Octopath Traveler (July) & Splatoon DLC (April/July) having the biggest focus.

An April Direct will be the same with a bunch of ports/remasters and updates on already announced games with Mario Maker (June), Fire Emblem (July) & Smash Bros DLC (April/early Summer) being the main focus.



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