Nintendo’s annual pre-E3 conference will be dedicated entirely to the new Legend of Zelda game, the company has revealed in a press release
The show kicks off at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 14th, with Nintendo of America president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime introducing an entire day of livestreamed gameplay. Nintendo Treehouse: Live will be hosting the stream, and Nintendo developers will appear throughout the day to offer commentary and behind-the-scenes information.
This stream will provide fans with their first in-depth look at the new game, which series producer Eiji Aonuma has described as “removing boundaries” and boasting “gameplay that has not been experienced in previous games in the series.”
The game will also be playable on the show floor during E3 itself, and in fact will be the only game at Nintendo’s booth.
The new, still untitled Legend of Zelda game will launch simultaneously on both the Wii U and Nintendo’s mysterious new console, codenamed NX, in 2017.