The first Nintendo Direct Mini just went live and with that, we got a fresh look at four titles. Check out below for a quick summary of everything.
Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the Necromancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda
Three additional DLC packs were announced for the game. The first of which sees five added to the game, and it’s available for purchase today. Those who do will be able to play and Impa, Shadow Link, Shadow Zelda, Aria and Frederick.
Music Pack. Release before Oct The Melody Pack adds 39 songs to the game, including remixes of the games background music. Players will be able to adjust the background music at any time so they can listen to their favourites as they journey through Hyrule.
The final pack – Symphony of the Mask – adds Skull Kid as a playable character and a new map. Depending on the map he wears, Skull Kid’s abilities will vary.
The Melody Pack and Symphony of the Mask will be available before October, but you can purchase everything now with the Season Pass that’s available. Purchasing the Season Pass gives you access to bonus costumes for Link and Zelda. An edition of the game will all of the DLC included will release October 23.
This online multiplayer third-person shooter was shown off, and it certainly looks unique. Featuring Cross-platform and progression from day one, Rogue Company sees players moving around in many ways. With abilities such as gliding and zip-lining available, Rogue Company looks to set itself apart by providing versatile movement options in a futuristic setting.
WWE 2K Battlegrounds
WWE 2K Battlegrounds made a quick appearance, with a look at gameplay accompanied by appearances from WWE Superstars Cesaro, Big E, Kofi Kingston and Asuka.
It’s great to see a different approach as opposed to the typical WWE yearly releases, with a style that’s reminiscent of the underrated WWE All-Stars. Let’s just hope this one works, unlike last year’s WWE 2K20.
Shin Megami Tensei
A cult classic from 2003, Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne returns for the Nintendo Switch in a full high definition remake. It’ll be available in Autumn 2021.
Shin Megami Tensei V was also shown off. With a simultaneous worldwide release, the game will be releasing exclusively for the Nintendo Switch in 2021.
With Nintendo confirming we’ll see more of these in the future, be sure to check back in for further coverage on Nintendo Direct Mini’s.