Today, E3 saw the end of presently scheduled press conferences with Nintendo’s latest Direct presentation. Nintendo Directs, for those who don’t know, are pre-recorded videos that Nintendo puts out every few months to explain what games they’re making and when we may see them. Usually, they come out every quarter or so, and focus on the most immediate games Nintendo is working on, with a good amount of announcements thrown in, too. For E3, these are followed up by Treehouse livestreams, which go in depth on specific Nintendo games with the staff and press, and sometimes feature announcements of their own.

This year’s E3 Nintendo Direct was frontloaded with announcements of new games, and more in depth information of games we’ve heard about before – culminating in a deep dive into the new¬†Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and what exactly makes it distinct from previous¬†Smash Bros games, and which characters will be in it.

On the whole, this will be a lighter list than the last couple days, but important nonetheless. There are also a few scattered announcements here and there to catalog as well. As the rest of the week is opened up to press and consumers alike to get their hands on many of the games talked about already, there won’t be much in the way of news – so stay tuned at the end of the week for the Master Post, that puts every single announcement from this E3 into one post. See you then!

Daemon X Machina Announced For Switch, Coming 2019
Dragon Ball FighterZ Will Be on Switch At Some Point This Year
Fire Emblem: Three Houses on Switch Gets Weird Title and Spring 2019 Release Date Announcement
Fortnite is Now On Switch, Having Been Announced and Released Today, But Leaked Awhile Ago
Hollow Knight is Now Available for Switch As Well
Killer Queen Black, an Arcade Game, Hits Switch on August 7
Little Dragon’s Cafe, From Harvest Moon Creator, Coming to PS4 and Switch August 24
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate Coming August 28 On Switch
Octopath Traveler Gets New Demo on Switch June 14
Overcooked 2 Coming to Switch August 7
Pokemon: Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee Will Give You Mew If You Buy Their Poke Ball Plus Peripheral
Skull and Bones, Ubisoft’s Pirate Game, To Get a Beta Ahead of 2019 Release
Soul Calibur VI Will Fight Its Way Into Stores On October 19
Splatoon 2: The Octo Expansion DLC Launches On June 13
Super Mario Party Announced for Switch, Unveils Amazing Tech, Coming October 5
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is Unveiled, All Characters Returning, Plus New Ones; Coming December 7
Ticket to Ride (Yes, the Board Game) is Coming to PS4 Playlink
Trover Saves the Universe, From A Rick and Morty Creator, Coming Early 2019 to PS4 and Playstation VR
Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna – The Golden Country DLC Coming in September
Yoshi, the Mysterious Cardboard-Themed Platformer for Switch, is Delayed Until 2019