Nintendo of America announced its final plans for E3 2016 next week, including a worldwide premier for the new The Legend of Zelda game and exclusive live streams for Pokémon Sun & Moon, Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII and more. Nintendo E3 plans have officially started today along with their Miitomo X The Legend of Zelda promo event on Twiiter. On June 14th Miitomo users will get The Legend of Zelda-themed stages for the Miitomo Drop, special items for the Miitomo Shop and will be also able to redeem My Nintendo Platinum Points for an item to wear based on the new The Legend of Zelda game. (Click here to check out more details).
Nintendo first day at E3 begins next Tuesday at 9 a.m. PT, with an introduction by Nintendo of America President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime and the world’s first look at live gameplay of The Legend of Zelda game for the Wii U. Viewers can also catch the first live gameplay of the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. You can watch Nintendo Treehouse: Live via Nintendo’s channels on YouTube and Twitch, as well as on e3.nintendo.com.
During the same day, starting at 11 a.m. PT, and through June 21, Nintendo will be offering discounts on some of its most popular games, which is a good change from their stance of otherwise barely, if ever, reducing pices for their software. My Nintendo members who are signed in will also get a special bonus if they buy select games included in the sale. To get the extra discount, My Nintendo members must link their Nintendo Account to their Nintendo Network ID and access Nintendo eShop on their device at least once before they make a purchase.
On June 15th Nintendo will be back for a second day of live streaming, starting at 10 a.m. PT. The day will start with a special Pokémon GO developer Q&A session. Then Nintendo Treehouse: Live will showcase upcoming games such as Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE.
You can watch the live stream or/and check out more details at e3.nintendo.com.
Source: Nintendo Press Release