E3, which is short for Electronic Entertainment Expo, is the mecca for video game events every single year, where hardware manufacturers as well as video game developers alike would swoop down and make their presence felt in a show of strength and power in the industry.
Another fan-favorite RPG called "Fire Emblem Warriors" finds itself on the Nintendo Switch roster, which is a worthy addition to the console's library considering the increasing fan base of the series. And players can use either Joy-Cons or the Pro Controller, depending on their preferences.
While Nintendo has yet to announce what other games will be making an appearance at E3 this year, we can expect to hear more details on Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Bethesda's Skyrim, FIFA, Fire Emblem Warriors and, potentially, Sonic Forces, all of which are now slated to be released this year. For more on Minecraft or the Switch in general, be sure to visit our buddies over at iMore. You can play with up to 8 other gamers online and if everyone has their own Switch, you can play with up 8 others locally as well. Apart from bringing Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 for the new console, there has not been any other move from the firm that is as big as this.
Meanwhile, Nintendo's E3 booth will open at midday in LA on June 13th, where attendees will be able to go hands on with Super Mario Odyssey and other, now unknown Switch titles.
Available in the Nintendo eShop, the game also includes the Super Mario Mash Up pack with tons of Mario inspired surprise to discover.
Good news for Nintendo Switch owners, you can finally play Minecraft on the brand new hybrid console.
Instead, Nintendo opted for a pre-recorded presentation which will showcase what's to come in the company's exclusive games line-up.