Nintendo has confirmed that the NX will not be revealed or shown before or during E3.
Nintendo previously announced that it would release more information about its next system, code-named NX, this year. As the first announcement of any NX information, Nintendo confirmed that NX is scheduled to launch in March 2017. NX will not make an appearance at the upcoming E3 video game trade show in Los Angeles in June and will be unveiled later this year.
Nintendo has just released its financial results, and the reports have some interesting details. Perhaps the most significant is related to the NX - it's confirmed to be launching in March 2017.
The briefing describes it as a "brand-new concept", and the late arrival in the financial year no doubt accounts for the limited impact it'll have in Nintendo's estimates. Many fans had, naturally, hoped to see Nintendo's new system this Holiday season, though by arriving next year it'll avoid a direct clash with PlayStation VR and the rumoured 'PS4K' system upgrade.
Further to that, The Wall Street Journal's Takashi Mochizuki is reporting that NX won't be at E3.
This news is sure to disappoint a lot of fans, especially in light of the limited release line-ups on both Wii U and 3DS (particularly the former).
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