The next Nintendo Direct presentation will take place on 12 April and will start at 11pm GMT.
Nintendo now hasn't announced any official release date for the two games, but what we do know is that they will hit stores this year. A lot of the initial gameplay was already demonstrated weeks earlier, through Nintendo's YouTube channel: the initial slate of characters and the weapons - or perhaps more appropriately, the gloves - they will use in the ring.
The show kicks off at 3pm PT, 6pm ET, and 11pm United Kingdom on Wednesday.
The broadcast will showcase Arms, the new fighting game that is based on extendable arms that can be used to punch, block, throw, and perform various other martial manoeuvres.
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Arms will release for the Nintendo Switch on June 6. Nintendo said it will reward the first person who detects such flaws.
Splatoon 2 also introduces local multiplayer to the series. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was Nintendo's big launch day release, but gamers are now clamoring for more new and exclusive games.
However, from the sounds of things, this new "EX" edition could feature a few interesting additions to the game when its finally re-released on the Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC and mobile platforms later this year. ARMS is a new title for Nintendo, but the first thoughts have been positive.
ARMS is a game coming to the Nintendo Switch that is a bit reminiscent of Super Punch Out, in that it's boxing at a glance. For starters, I hope there are more than the five characters I saw when testing out the game back in January at the Nintendo Switch event.
Whilst the Nintendo Switch is now lacking the big-name Nintendo franchises, there are several independent titles on the E-Shop, like Shovel Knight, Snake Pass.