A new rumor may have revealed the month of the new Nintendo Direct, coming in September. This time the focus will be on Metroid Dread.
New Nintendo Direct coming in September
According to the latest rumors, the new Nintendo Direct should focus mainly on Metroid Dread, the new 2D chapter of the Samus Aran saga. The latest Nintendo Direct took place on the occasion of E3 2021: during the event, several new features were unveiled, including the gameplay of the sequel to Breath of the Wild.
According to the latest leak, it should not yet be time to reveal the latest games anticipated by the insiders: the Direct should be an opportunity to show in more detail many titles that have already been announced.
As reported by the insider SamusHunter2 who is fairly known on Twitter already for correctly predicting news from Nintendo, the next Nintendo Direct will take place in September: in particular, it should take place at a date close to the launch of WarioWare: Get It Together, which will be released on September 10th.
This would mean that, if the rumor was confirmed, we would see a new presentation of Metroid Dread a few days after the release: for the insider, it is therefore very likely that the title will be the central focus. Another title that could be revealed in more detail is Mario Party Superstars, the new chapter of the party game saga that will be released towards the end of October.
Fans who are waiting for the latest news from the sequel of Zelda Breath of the Wild will instead have to wait for a further presentation, as the leaker claims not to have heard any news regarding this title.
In any case, we remind you that this news has not been confirmed and we do not know if Nintendo Direct will actually take place in September: we, therefore, invite you to take this rumor with a grain of salt.
After teasing this in a couple of posts, I'm going to talk about it more clearly, yes, there is a #NintendoDirect scheduled for September, around the time WarioWare launches. It is useless to make a list of games passing them off as certain, because…#NintendoLeaks pic.twitter.com/ss3csUWgjc
— Samus Hunter | Nintendo Leak inside (@SamusHunter2) July 27, 2021