Crazy Nintendo Leaks Suggest Some Exciting Announcements are Imminent

Published 10/21/2021, 2:39 PM EDT


Nintendo has thus far held two fantastic direct events over the course of one month. In the first direct event, fans got to witness a range of new exciting titles that are heading to Switch. Meanwhile, in the past week’s Direct event, the Animal Crossing New Horizons fanbase received the highly anticipated content drop.

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The upcoming version of New Horizons is on the verge of being released. Meanwhile, more information from the community suggests the Pokemon fanbase is in for a treat as well. The studio revealed the latest remastered version of old-school RPG titles in Brilliant Diamond and Shinning Pearl. new legendries and insights about the Pokemon Legends Arceus

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Nintendo will soon reveal the gameplay reveal of Pokemon BDSP and Legends

According to a popular leaker for Nintendo, Samus Hunter, the Japanese studio is all set to give us the first look at the rumored pokemons. So far, fans only got the first look at Hisuian Zorua/Zoroark in a short 2-min video. Samus suggests the studio is now preparing to share even more details about the new pocket monsters.

Fans will soon learn about their types, along with gameplay in the two upcoming Pokemon titles. This revelation is truly going to break the internet as the short video already left a great impact. The leaker also stated that the studio will also share more news about BDSP and legends that are currently being worked on secretly.

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In other news, the recent announcement of an expansion pack for Nintendo’s Switch Online service could bring ill news to the studio. The base subscription of the service costs around $20, while the new expansion pack is carrying a heavy price tag. The announcement to add Nintendo’s 64 and Genesis console was well received, but the new pricing has changed things for much worse.

Even though, the studio has planned to add even more titles to live service along with New Horizons’ DLC expansion. It still doesn’t seem a like a favorable deal for gamers to shell out an added $50-70.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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