Nintendo stunned many fans last week when it announced that the only playable title it will showcase at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo will be the Wii U installment of the Legend of Zelda. As hotly anticipated as that game may be, it was unusual for the company to devote its entire showing to a single game– especially considering the variety of events it hosted during last year’s expo.
This year, however, it looks like even the company’s digital broadcasts will be devoted entirely to Zelda. In lieu of the Nintendo Digital Event that typically precedes E3, Nintendo will be airing a day-long Treehouse live stream of the next Zelda title. The stream begins on June 14 at 9 AM Pacific Time, and will feature plenty of in-depth footage, as well as developer interviews, “behind-the-scenes info,” and more. The stream will be broadcast on the company’s YouTube and Twitch channels, as well as on its E3 2016 online hub.
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