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Nintendo will not be present at E3 2023 due to lack of games, according to a report

At the end of January we echoed a piece of news that did not leave any fan of video games indifferent. According to sources of IGN, the trio of big companies in the industry made up of Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo will not participate in E3 2023, although at the time of this surprising revelation, no details were provided about the reasons. However, a media report VGC has shed some light on why Nintendo is not participating in the biggest video game fair.

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Apparently, the Big N will not attend E3 2023 because this year “he has fewer big releases than usual” to showa statement which, if true, would confirm that The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Pikmin 4 and probably Metroid Prime 4 They would be the last major releases of Nintendo Switch to make way for its successor. The fact that the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild goes on sale next May 12, a few weeks before E3, reinforces this idea that Nintendo will not have enough big projects to reveal at its conference. At the time of writing these lines, the Japanese company has not yet issued an official statement on the matter.

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Everything we know about Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

“We still have lots of details to learn about Tears of the Kingdomalthough we are sure that it is one of the most anticipated games not only by the Nintendo Switch gaming community, but also by all users in general. Breath of the Wild was such an important video game at the time and continues to be so relevant today that its sequel has a difficult time reaching the same level of surprise and fascinationalthough on the other hand we fully trust the more than proven talent of Nintendo’s creatives”, we concluded in our complete report on this expected title.

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