The Nintendo Direct would have been delayed by the death of Queen Elizabeth II

For several days, rumors have indicated that next week a new Nintendo Direct would take place. However, new information by an insider has indicated that this event could have been delayed, and All this is due to the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II.


According to Jeff Grubs, a famous Insider, and one of the people who have indicated that the Nintendo Direct would take place next week, has issued a statement where he indicates that his sources inform him that this event has been postponed due to the recent event that has shocked everyone . This was what he said about it:

According to Quarter, the Nintendo Direct has possibly been delayed by the Queen of England. I’m not joking (…) Nintendo never announced a direct, so I understand if you’re upset, if you’re going to get angry with me. It is the risk of all this. I will let you know if I listen more about the subject.

However, it is important to mention that this is just a rumor. At the moment there is no official information about a Nintendo Direct. Although the story tells us that the Great N always carries out one of these presentations in September, At the moment there is no confirmation in this regard . Regarding the possible delay, this is not the first time that this would be carried out, since events from other companies have been postponed by different social situations, although the death of a monarch is a different situation.

Along with this, rumors have pointed out that in this supposed Nintendo Direct we would see several novelties related to The Legend of Zelda, as the ports of the Wind Water HD and twilight Princess HD For Switch . In related issues, you can learn more about these rumors here.

Editor’s note:

A Nintendo Direct seems inevitable. However, delaying this event for the death of Queen Elizabeth II sounds like something quite strange. At the end of the day, we cannot know how these events affect Nintendo’s plans. We just hope that this event will happen sooner rather than later.