Here's how to watch the Splatoon 3 Nintendo Direct today
Tune in to the dedicated Splatoon 3 Nintendo Direct for 30 minutes of new info
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📣 A dedicated Splatoon 3 Direct is airing today
📺 The broadcast will be roughly 30 minutes long and should provide plenty of new gameplay footage and more information on the game
⌚ The Direct begins today, August 10, at 6am PT / 9am ET / 2pm BST
🦑 Splatoon 3 will be released on September 9
A dedicated Splatoon 3 Nintendo Direct presentation airs today, giving us roughly 30 minutes of updates on the colorful Switch shooter.
The Nintendo Direct Presentation takes place today, August 10, at 6am PT / 9am ET / 2pm BST, and should show off the game’s new world called The Splatlands as well as provide new information about the game’s PvP and PvE modes, along with the campaign.
How to watch the Splatoon 3 Nintendo Direct presentation
If you’d like to see what Splatoon 3 has in store, you won’t want to miss this dedicated look at the game. Here’s how to watch the Splatoon 3 Nintendo Direct:
When does it take place? Today, August 10 at 6am PT / 9am ET / 2pm BST
Where can I watch it? You can watch the Splatoon 3 Direct on YouTube and Twitch, or directly below
What’s next for Switch?
Nintendo has ruled out any new Switch hardware until at least April 2023, but it is set to mark the upcoming release of the team-based, ink-flinging shooter with the first limited edition Nintendo Switch OLED. The striking console will be available on August 27 and costs $359.99. The console features a pair of gorgeous, gradient-colored Joy-Con, and the Switch’s white dock is splatted with yellow ink.
The limited edition Nintendo Switch OLED doesn’t come with a copy of the game, though, as Splatoon 3 releases on September 9. A Splatoon 3 Pro Controller and Carrying Case will be released alongside the game, costing $74.99 and $23.99, respectively.
Even though the company’s financial earnings report saw Nintendo Switch sales fall amid chip shortages, Switch owners still have plenty of great games to look forward to. Nintendo recently released the impressive JRPG Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, and Bayonetta 3 are all due this year. Wave 2 of the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass also came out on August 4, adding eight new tracks to the evergreen title.
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Updated: August 10, 2022