Nintendo's 'The Legend Of Zelda' Will Be The Only Game To Be Presented At E3

As expected by most fans, Nintendo is set to introduce "The Legend of Zelda" (which is exclusively for Wii U) at the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). However, it should be noted that this is the one and only game that the studio plans to showcase at the said event. But surprisingly, fans will be getting more than the said game during the company's live streaming, which is also set to take place on the same date.

According to VentureBeat, on the first day of E3, which is on June 14, Nintendo will unleash "The Legend of Zelda" for the Wii U console. But apart from that, a gameplay for the forthcoming "Pokemon" titles "Sun" and "Pokemon Moon" will also be showcased, only through a live streaming.

The tech giant is expected to conduct a two-day coverage called "Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3!" It will go live at exactly 9 a.m. PT on the first day of E3. The said live streaming will cover the aforementioned "Pokemon" titles, which are all due for a Nov. 18 release.

As for the second day of the live streaming, Nintendo will reportedly reveal the soon-to-be released games for Wii U and 3DS, as reported by Kotaku. The list will include "Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past," "Monster Hunter Generations" and "Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE!," among others. Day 2, which is on June 15, will jumpstart a Q&A activity from the "Pokemon Go" developers at 10 a.m. PT.

Again, "The Legend of Zelda" will be the only game that Nintendo plans to showcase at E3. And as of this writing, the company has yet to change its decision to do so.

The "Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3!" streaming can be watched at the company's official Twitch and YouTube channels.

"The Legend of Zelda" is among the highly anticipated games since it was first announced. The upcoming high-fantasy action-adventure game is expected to arrive in 2017, but Nintendo has to reveal the exact date. 

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