All the upcoming titles revealed at Nintendo Direct events

This topic was written by Sultan Al-Qahtani – Nintendo recently held the “Nintendo Direct” event, through which the company reviewed the upcoming titles in games in 2022, as well as the movie “Mario” and other games.

The Nintendo Direct event kicked off with a number of announcements about new and upcoming games, as the company reviewed teaser videos revealing glimpses of these games, and “Bayonetta 3” was among the main announcements during the event.

Next October, Nintendo is preparing to launch “Metroid Dead” with the company’s new release of the “OLED Switch” gaming device.

At the company’s last event, the company also revealed the upcoming titles in 2022, which include the game Bayonetta 3 and Splatoon 3, and the company also announced the upcoming Mario movie, which will be launched later starring “Chris Pratt”.

Nintendo also confirmed during the event its plans to expand the company’s services on the Internet during the coming period, with the company bringing a selection of N64 and Sega Genesis titles to the gaming platform at the end of October.

Nintendo is also preparing to launch a retro controller that features artificial intelligence technology to remember the user’s playing style, and we are reviewing a number of videos that reveal the titles coming from the company.

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