WarioWare: Get it Together! announced at Nintendo Direct E3 2021

Nintendo has announced a new WarioWare game at its E3 2021 Direct.


Nintendo’s E3 2021 Direct not only featured announcements on some brand new titles, but it also included the revitalization of some dormant franchises. It was at the Nintendo E3 2021 Direct that the company announced WarioWare: Get It Together!, a new entry in the spinoff series.

WarioWare: Get It Together! was announced with a new trailer during the E3 2021 Nintendo Direct. We see that WarioWare, Inc. is still around, as Wario and friends are up to their old tricks. There are a bunch of new minigames shown, with Wario and his pals competing in a series of challenges. We see that each character has unique abilities that they can use to complete minigames.

It was also announced that WarioWare: Get It Together! will support co-op gameplay. In the trailer, we see two players both working together and facing off in different minigames. It’s been confirmed that the game features over 200 minigames.

WarioWare: Get It Together! is set to release this year on September 10 for the Nintendo Switch. The game is available for pre-order on the Nintendo eShop now for $49.99 USD. WarioWare wasn’t the only presumed-dead Nintendo franchise that got a shot of new life at the E3 2021 Direct, as the company also announced a remake of the first two Advance War games.

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