Crazy Nintendo Leaks Suggest Exciting Announcements Are Looming

So far, Nintendo has held two fantastic live events in a month. During the first live event, fans were treated to a range of exciting new titles heading to Switch. Meanwhile, during last week’s Direct event, the Animal Crossing New Horizons fanbase received the highly anticipated content drop.

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The next version of New Horizons is about to be released. Meanwhile, more information from the community suggests the Pokemon fan base is in for a treat, too. The studio has unveiled the latest remastered version of old-school RPG titles in Brilliant Diamond and Shinning Pearl. new legends and previews on Pokemon Legends Arceus

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Nintendo to Unveil Pokemon BDSP and Legends Gameplay Reveal Soon

According to a popular leaker for Nintendo, Samus Hunter, the Japanese studio is ready to give us a first look at the rumored Pokemon. So far, fans have only had their first glimpse of Hisuian Zorua/Zoroark in a short 2-minute video. Samus suggests that the studio is now gearing up to share even more details about the new pocket monsters.

Fans will soon discover their types, as well as the gameplay of the next two Pokemon titles. This reveal will really break the internet as the short video has already had a big impact. The leaker also said that the studio will also share more information about BDSP and the legends that are currently being worked on in secret.

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In other news, the recent announcement of an expansion pack for Nintendo’s Switch Online service may bring some bad news for the studio. The basic subscription to the service costs around $20, while the new expansion pack is expensive. The announcement of the addition of Nintendo 64 and Genesis consoles was well received, but the new price changed things for much worse.

Even so, the studio has plans to add even more titles to the live service with the New Horizons DLC expansion. It still doesn’t seem like a favorable offer for players to shell out an extra $50-70.

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Timothy C. Mayo