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We're about 3 weeks away from E3, and Nintendo so far is set to have a jam-packed 2019. With the Switch now on its 3rd year, and the 3DS finally retired, this will be the E3 for Nintendo to show how serious it they are with the Switch and its success. The interesting thing this year, is that Nintendo isn't dedicating the show to one particular game like the past few years, so we'll probably see a lot of stuff coming from them this year. Here's my predictions/wish-list for the Switch at E3 this year.

Smash Bros.

Ultimate's 2nd Challenger Pack is revealed during the Smash Bros. Invitational. Will be out by July.

Microsoft

A lot of rumors have been pointing to this, and I think it'll eventually come true. At Microsoft's Press Conference, Nintendo makes a surprise appearance, announcing Xbox App for Nintendo Switch. Allowing you to access all your Xbox Live data, and stream your Xbox One games to the Switch. That's not all, the original Halo Trilogy and Ori and the Blind Forest are both coming to Nintendo Switch courtesy of THQ Nordic.

Nintendo Direct

Now to the meat of the showing.

  • Starts off with trailer for Pokemon Sword and Shield. Releases September 20th

  • New IP reveal from 3D Mario team at EPD, due out this Fall

  • Bill Trinen comes on to talk about Switch and how it's been bringing people together

  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses Final Trailer

  • Marvel UA3 Final Trailer

  • Zelda: Link's Awakening, releases November 15th, Cadence of Hyrule out now

  • Luigi's Mansion: Haunted Inn, Releases October 25th

  • Animal Crossing: Road Trip, releases this holiday

  • New Party Game IP from 1-2 Switch team, releases August 9th

  • Daemon X Machina releases September 6th

  • Bill comes back to discuss indie games and third party support

  • Big 3rd party game reveal

  • Highlight reel of 3rd party games coming to Switch

  • Shinya Takahashi comes in to discuss updates on Bayo 2 and Metroid Prime 4. Bayonetta should be out sometime next year, Metroid Prime 4 is still early in development, but promises it'll be worth the wait. To hold you over, Metroid Prime Trilogy HD releases August 30th

  • Astral Chain final trailer, Joy-Con Controls shown

  • Retro Studios long awaited game, coming 2020

  • Grand Finale, ARMS: Burst, the sequel to the original ARMS, coming 2020

Nintendo Treehouse Live

In-depth looks at all the announced games, plus the Xbox Partnership. Along with surprise announcements.

  • Pikmin 3 Deluxe, out November 15th

  • New Puzzle game from Skip, eShop exclusive, game and demo out now

  • Super Mario Slammers, spiritual successor to Mario Hoops 3 on 3, releases this holiday

  • New IP from Rhythm Heaven team, coming early 2020