Nintendo confirms E3 2019 lineup & playable games

With the exposition just around the corner, Nintendo has announced the lineup of games and playable demos fans can expect to see at E3 2019.

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E3 is not far away, and several game developers are finally confirming their E3 plans. At long last, we've finally caught word of the games confirmed for Nintendo's E3 2019 activities. Across Direct Presentations as well as Treehouse streams, here are the games players will see out of Nintendo at this year's E3.


Nintendo confirmed E3 2019 lineup

Without further ado, here are the confirmed games players can expect to see from Nintendo around E3 2019, including through both Direct and Treehouse presentations, as announced through the Nintendo website.

Pokemon Sword and Shield

Previously confirmed through the recent Nintendo Direct presentation, Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield will be shown off during Nintendo's E3 proceedings. While players will hopefully get a look at the Pokemon Sword and Shield Legendaries, a demo of the game will also be made available through the company's Warp Pipe Pass. More information about how the Warp Pipe Pass works can be found on the Warp Pipe Pass FAQ.

Luigi's Mansion 3

Players fond of Mario's green-hued sibling will find plenty of action and fright to come in Luigi's Mansion 3, which has been confirmed for E3 2019. Like Pokemon Sword and Shield, a demo of the game will also be made available through the Warp Pipe Pass.

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening

As one of the more interesting reveals from past Direct presentations, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is a re-imagining of the classic Game Boy RPG. Not only will fans see more of it at E3 2019, those who are on-site will also be able to check out a playable demo.

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

Finally, Nintendo and Marvel have confirmed that Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will be part of Big N's E3 festivities. Not too much is known about what to expect save for the fact that it will be in attendance, and those on-site at the Los Angeles Convention Center will be able to get their hands on a playable demo.


Despite only confirming four separate games, Nintendo's confirmed E3 2019 lineup is still exciting. It's not all that the company has planned to show off, of course — these are just the titles that have been confirmed so far. Be sure to keep it tuned here to Shacknews for more news out of Nintendo and continued coverage of this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo.

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