Two More Broadcasts Can Be Expected For The Rest Of February! [VIDEO]

Both Nintendo and Nacon are planning a live broadcast in the last month of winter.


Let’s start with Nintendo. They’ll be doing a Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase, so instead of focusing on their own development, the live broadcast will give us a look at the game offerings of the Japanese company’s publishing and development partners. (In Nintendo’s case, the Switch successor hardware has caused the Japanese company to cut back on its own development somewhat, which has also affected the company’s stock, as we’ve already seen in today’s news). This will give us an idea of what games third-party companies are planning to release for the Nintendo Switch, which turns 7 in March, in the first half of 2024. According to the announcement on Twitter, the Nintendo Direct Partner Showcase will begin at 6 a.m. Pacific time on February 21. You can watch the show on YouTube and on Nintendo’s website.

Nacon is also planning to broadcast the show. As for Nacon Connect 2024, we also know that it will be a 30-minute broadcast featuring the publisher’s games and products (Nacon also makes controllers, for example!). Some of the games that will be announced are Ravenswatch, Crown Wars: The Black Prince, GreedFall II: The Dying World, the repeatedly delayed Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown, and a new game based on the Terminator IP that is said to be open world.

The show will be followed by a post-show where Spiders, the development team behind GreedFall II: The Dying World, will give more information about the game. This will be available on Twitch, while Nacon Connect can be watched on both YouTube and Twitch. The show will start on February 29 at 10 AM Pacific.

The Terminator game in the pipeline could be interesting, as the last major game in the franchise from Teyon was Terminator: Resistance, which wasn’t that bad, but not that outstanding either. If a better product comes out of Nacon, we won’t be disappointed.

Source: Gematsu, Gematsu

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