The September 2023 Nintendo Direct hype is real

By Olivia Richman


Sep 13, 2023

Reading time: 2 min

A Nintendo Direct is coming tomorrow and many gamers are speculating some possibly exciting announcements. Here’s what to expect and how to watch the September 2023 Nintendo Direct.

When is the next Nintendo Direct?

The Nintendo Direct is going to be on Thursday, September 14 at 7 AM PST. The official announcement has confirmed that it will be about 40 minutes, giving plenty of time for some interesting reveals.

How to watch the Nintendo Direct

The September 2023 Nintendo Direct will be streamed on the official Nintendo YouTube channel.

If you can’t watch it live, don’t worry. The Nintendo Direct will be released as a YouTube video after it ends. You can also watch individual trailers for each game that’s announced during the stream.

What will be announced in the September 2023 Nintendo Direct?

Nintendo has confirmed that the Nintendo Direct will be focused on games for the Nintendo Switch coming this winter.

Going off of this statement, fans are speculating that we will hear more about Super Mario Bros. Wonder, an exciting-looking platformer that was first revealed in August.

The Super Mario RPG remake is another much-discussed Nintendo game you can expect to hear more about tomorrow. We haven’t heard much about the game since it was announced so details are most likely arriving in the September 2023 Nintendo Direct.

Other upcoming Nintendo Switch games that will most likely be discussed during the Nintendo Direct include Pokemon Scarlet and Violet since the second part of its DLC, The Indigo Disk, is coming later this year, as well as Detective Pikachu Returns, with the mystery sim due in October.

When it comes to unconfirmed rumors, a lot of Nintendo fans are whispering about an F-Zero game all over social media. a Nintendo insider has hinted that this could be a possibility, causing a lot of chaos among fans. Another hopeful announcement is a possible Super Smash Bros. “surprise” that another leaker discussed in August.