According to the latest rumours, the next Nintendo Direct is set to take place on 13 November 2019 and it will show three titles - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Pokemon Sword and Shield.
A new rumour has surfaced online, claiming to have leaked the date and time of the next Nintendo Direct live stream. According to the rumour, this month's Nintendo Direct will take place on 13 November 2019 and it will mostly focus on three already announced games, without any surprise reveals or teases.
These three titles are crossover fighter Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, social simulation Animal Crossing: New Horizons and the upcoming RPG Pokemon Sword and Shield.
Keep in mind that the leak comes directly from controversial forum 4chan so you should definitely take it with a grain of salt. That being said, some Nintendo leaks that appeared on 4chan earlier have been accurate so it's possible that this one is also legit.
It does seem that way to be fair and those leaks that sound too good to be true usually turn out to be fake. This one is pretty reasonable and something that the fans probably already expected. One of the accurate Nintendo leaks that was originally posted on 4chan was a big Pokemon Sword and Shield leak that teased starter evolutions and evil legendary.
Anyway, the newest leak reveals that Crash Bandicoot will be the final fighter of the Fighters Pass for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, set to release in December 2019. Nintendo Direct will also showcase the new Minecraft stage with blocks that players can attack, which then break into smaller items that you can pick up.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons will reveal all its villagers with new information about crafting and multiplayer as well as new amiibo cards.
Pokemon Sword and Shield will start by showcasing the final evolutions for the starter Pokemon. "Scorbunny evolves into a humanoid rabbit with a soccer ball," the leaker claims.