The first day of E3 livestreams and show floor has wrapped up, and as always, the Big N has brought out the big guns for the biggest week in gaming. The highlight of the day was undoubtedly the unveiling of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but Nintendo also had plenty of other news and reveals to share throughout the day. Whether it was Super Mario Party, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, or simply confirmation of the long-rumored Fortnite port, there was a lot of news to go through. And we've gathered it all into one place.
Check out the day's full list of stories below!
- Nintendo Opened Their E3 Event with a Brand New Mech Game
- Pokémon: Let’s Go’s Poké Ball Plus Controller Comes with Mew
- Super Mario Party Hits Nintendo Switch This October
- Fortnite is Coming to the Nintendo Switch Today for Free
- Experience Another Demo for Octopath Traveler Later This Week
- Overcooked 2 Launches This August
- Hollow Knight Comes to Nintendo Switch Today
- Nintendo Unveils Fire Emblem: Three Houses for Switch
- Every Character in Smash History Returns for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Ridley is Officially Coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Hits Shelves This December
- A Ridley Amiibo is Coming for Super Smash. Bros. Ultimate
- David Hayter is the Voice of Snake in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Pokémon Let’s Go Features Remixed Gyms, a New Rival, and More
- Dragon Ball FighterZ is Coming to Nintendo Switch
- Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s Next DLC Launches in September
- Nintendo Treehouse Shows Off Ridley and Inkling in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- Splatoon 2’s Octo Expansion Launches Tomorrow
Plus, here are some extra stories we learned from outside of the streams:
- Nintendo Wasn’t Ready to Show Metroid Prime 4 and Yoshi at E3 This Year
- Check Out Some New Details and Screenshots for Fire Emblem: Three Houses
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Runs at 60 FPS in Both Docked and Handheld Mode
- Sakurai Has Recovered from the Injuries He Got During Smash 4’s Development
- SEGA is Crowdfunding a Sonic Toaster (Seriously)
We've also included the full Direct, as well as the day's complete livestream—which will feature the Direct, Treehouse Live, and the Splatoon 2 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournaments once YouTube gets past the issue it always has with uploading 4+ hour-long streams (just give it a day or two, YouTube will figure it out eventually)—below.
Just because the conferences have ended, however, doesn't mean that E3 or its cascade of news have come to a close. Nintendo and many others will be right back tomorrow, bright and early, to stream and reveal even more about the next year's releases. We'll be here to see what all they have in store for us, so make sure you check back in to see it all for yourself!