Nintendo has received some good news this week about its popular Switch console, which will undoubtedly prove to be a boon to owners.
It has now been confirmed that the Nintendo Switch has passed the lifelong sale of Sony's PS4 in Japan.
] And while this does not directly affect those who bought one of their handhelds in the last few years, it's still very important news.
When the switch hit the market for the first time, analysts were impressed by the increased sales.  But there were also cautious sounds that were shared when something similar happened to the Wii, only to see a decline in sales in the long run.
And without counting the evil failure of the Wii U, which led to Nintendo and third-party. Party developers reduce the game production for it.
With the news that the Nintendo Switch has sold more than 8.1
According to a new report, th In Japan, it took e Switch two years to keep up with the PS4, which has been on the market for five years.
Currently 8.125.637 Nintendo Switch consoles are sold, compared to 8.077.756 PS4
] This leaves the question as to which new game projects could be announced by Nintendo and its partners during the E3 2019.
We already know that Pokemon Sword and Shield will be one of the star exhibits at Nintendo's Direct Showcase previously announced.
It will undoubtedly be part of the process unless Nintendo plans to discontinue a special direct event for this event prior to E3.
The live stream for Nintendo Direct E3 2019 will start on June 11 at 6:00 pm, focusing entirely on software.
This means games, but the company confirms that no new consoles will be presented.
Nintendo will introduce games to be released in 2019 to limit the number of messages the company will release.
After the direct event, Nintendo Treehouse begins: live coverage, giving viewers a deeper look into selected games.
What other projects could be featured during Nintendo's E3 2019 event?
Two Zelda Ports It has been reported that they are coming to the Nintendo Switch, although it is unclear whether they are scheduled for 2019.
If The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess are scheduled for the Nintendo eShop this year, we can probably expect their announcement in June.
It was not mentioned when such projects would be released on Nintendo eShop or if there would be new features.
A recent report stated that Twilight Princess HD would be released on the web Only eShop, alongside Wind Waker as a digital product.
"I do not know how the link to the past looks like, according to Best Buy, according to some sources, but Twilight Princess HD and Wind Waker HD will both hit the market, switch to eShop," explains the Ste alth Twitter account Week.
"Could be related to Best Buy listing, maybe not. This is just a rumor, so salt grains and so on.
"The main source for this is someone who told me about 15 games WAY earlier than announced, so I was confident enough to post it, but it's really a rumor until it's official. "
We already know that the remake for Link's Awakening is in the works and is expected to be in the new games of 2019. At the big show, we may experience a few surprises.