After a long wait, the next Nintendo Direct is finally set for tomorrow, February 13th. The Nintendo Direct February 2019 broadcast will feature 35 minutes of information on new Switch games, including Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Nintendo announced the new Nintendo Direct on Twitter.

Nintendo Direct February 2019 – Fire Emblem: Three Houses News

The February Nintendo Direct will include information on new Nintendo Switch games. There’s not much info yet, except it seems that Fire Emblem: Three Houses will be the focus.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the latest installment in the Fire Emblem series. The game will revolve around three main characters- Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude.

As the first Fire Emblem game to come to a console since 2007, it’s one of the biggest upcoming Switch releases. There are even rumors of Edelgard in Smash Bros Ultimate.

It’s currently set for a Spring 2019 release. However, tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct may shed more light on the official release date.

Nintendo Direct February 2019 – What Games Will It Include?

With 35 minutes of content, the February Nintendo Direct will also include news on other games. With many new Nintendo Switch Games in 2019, there’s a lot it could cover.

The new Animal Crossing for Switch was teased in a Nintendo Direct broadcast back in September. With 5 months since the broadcast, we’ll likely get some new information on Animal Crossing Switch.

There’s also a new Pokemon game coming to Switch in 2019. It’s set to be a new installment in the main series as opposed to a spin-off. Nintendo Direct February may give some information on the new upcoming Pokemon Switch game.

Other possible inclusions are Dragon Quest XI S, Persona 5 S, Pikmin, Bayonetta 3, and Luigi’s Mansion 3. The broadcast may also announce new re-releases and SNES games coming to the Switch.

How To Watch Nintendo Direct February 2019

The Nintendo Direct February 2019 broadcast will start on the 13th of February at 2 pm PT (5 pm ET/10 pm GMT).

You can watch the Nintendo Direct February broadcast on the Nintendo website or on YouTube below.

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