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Here Are The Aussie Times For Tonight’s Huge Nintendo Direct

It's a big one!

It’s finally happening. Nintendo’s promised major Nintendo Direct for June has set a date, and there won’t be long to wait at all because it’s happening tonight (or, tomorrow depending on who you ask and what state they live in).

Nintendo has said the Direct will be roughly 40 minutes long and focus on games coming in the second half of 2024, which bodes well for its line-up for the rest of the year if it’s packing enough for that long of a presentation.

Amusingly, Nintendo has yet again stressed that there will be no mention of the successor console to the Nintendo Switch during this Direct.

What Are The Australian Times For The June 2024 Nintendo Direct?

The June 2024 Nintendo Direct is kicking off on June 18th/19th (depending on your time zone) and will stream live at the below local times:

  • 12.00 AM June 19th AEST (Melbourne/Sydney/Hobart/Canberra/Brisbane)
  • 11.30 PM June 18th ACST (Adelaide, Darwin)
  • 10.00 PM June 18th AWST (Perth)
  • 2.00 AM June 19th NZST (Wellington)
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Where Can I Watch The June 2024 Nintendo Direct?

You’ll able to watch the June 2024 Nintendo Direct on Nintendo’s official YouTube channel, or simply keep this page open/slap it in your bookmarks and watch it right below:

What Will Be Shown At The Nintendo Direct?

Nintendo hasn’t confirmed anything that will feature, outside of saying the Direct will mostly focus on titles coming out in the second half of this year.

There are already a number of possible reveals thanks to early leaks and accidental listings, like an update for Among Us and potentially a shadow drop of the Beyond Good & Evil remaster. Hell, that recent Epic Games Store leak could even give us something Final Fantasy IX-related (probably not, but I’m allowed to dream!). Fans are naturally hopeful we’ll see something big like the long-awaited return of Metroid Prime 4 or perhaps, at a massive stretch, Hollow Knight: Silksong.

And again, Nintendo has already made it clear that there will be no mention of the successor console to the Nintendo Switch during this Direct.