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Nintendo will delay its typical E3 Direct broadcast in June

Nintendo’s plans for its annual E3 broadcast have been pushed back due to complications arising from the coronavirus pandemic.

That’s according to Venturebeat, which first reported on the story this afternoon, and which Eurogamer sources have also been able to corroborate.

While Nintendo has long held its presentations digitally, Eurogamer understands it has told publishers set to reveal games during its showcase that it needs more development time on its first-party games. Work is currently being held up as the famously-secretive company adapts to staff working remotely.

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