In recent months, Nintendo has accustomed us to the release, a few days in advance, of information regarding the announcement of new events in which it would show content related to exclusive games for Nintendo Switch. In addition to Nintendo Direct and Pokémon Direct, the Kyoto company holds, with irregular expiration, the so-called Nintendo Treehouse, or live streaming in which parts of the gameplay of the upcoming titles are often shown.
And just in the last few hours, the Big N has communicated, through its official Twitter account, the arrival of a new Nintendo Treehouse appointment for today which will be held at 10 a.m PST. As reported in the tweet at the bottom of the article, the direct will focus in particular on two previously revealed games, namely Pikmin 3 Deluxe and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.
Pikmin 3 Deluxe was announced last August and, for those who don’t know, it is a re-release of the popular game released in 2013 on Nintendo Wii U, enriched with lots of unreleased content. In fact, a new cooperative mode, new missions, and challenges have been introduced, to which is added the availability of all the DLCs released in the past on the original version of the title.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is instead an action game developed by Koei Tecmo that takes place one hundred years before the events narrated in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a masterpiece released in 2017 on the hybrid console of the Big N.
It is from the latter that it inherits its particular graphic style, combining it with gameplay all devoted to action, as per the tradition of the Hyrule Warriors series.
The two titles will be released exclusively on Nintendo Switch respectively on October 30 and November 20, so we just have to wait for 2 hours to discover the Nintendo Treehouse new details.
#NintendoTreehouseLive returns on 10/7 at 10 a.m. PT with a livestreamed presentation featuring two segments. Tune in for a #Pikmin 3 Deluxe deep dive and a new stage and gameplay details for #HyruleWarriors: Age of Calamity. https://t.co/232xssTxZ4 pic.twitter.com/xdcFjCydC9
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) October 6, 2020