News

Legend of Zelda Wii U E3 2016 Live Stream: Watch New Gameplay Showcase From Nintendo

By on
Legend Of Zelda Wii U

Nintendo is all set for The Legend of Zelda Wii U gameplay showcase at E3 2016, as the company has confirmed that it will stream the playable demo for the highly anticipated game. The event will be streamed live from the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), and according to Nintendo, some lucky players will get a chance to get their hands on the upcoming game during the event, which will run until June 16.

Nintendo?s E3 2016 conference will be held on June 14 at 9AM PT. The company will give fans a first look at Legend of Zelda Wii U. The live stream will be shown on the Nintendo Website and on Twitch.

After the Zelda showcase, Nintendo will showcase the Pokemon Sun and Moon gameplay. The company will host livestreams of the event during the day, and more details about the Zelda Wii U gameplay will be revealed. According to Nintendo, the game developers will also reveal behind-the-scenes information at Nintendo Treehouse, which is a live, unscripted mini event.

Legend of Zelda has been in development since 2013, and it?s been a long time since fans have heard anything concrete about the game, except the news about its delayed release. For the first time, the game will be fully showcased at E3 2016, and it will even be playable, which is certainly going to boost the confidence of fans. The company is planning to release the game in the first quarter of 2017, and will be released for both the Wii U and Nintendo NX. However, the company has made it clear that it won?t announce any updates about the NX at E3 this year.

After revealing the details on The Legend of Zelda Wii U, Nintendo will also introduce one of its highly anticipated games, Pokemon GO. According to the company, the next livestream will start on June 15 at 10AM PT. The second day of livestream will feature a question and answer session with the developers. The company will also introduce some of the upcoming games which include Monster Hunter Generations, ?Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past and Tokyo Mirage Sessions.

About the author

To Top