Prepare yourselves for a late-night side-quest; Nintendo announces a Hyrule Warriors Direct for Monday night

Posted on July 31, 2014 - 9:40am by Ryan Conway

After several months of screenshots, Famitsu articles, live stage demos, and so many trailers, Nintendo will be giving the Wii U exclusive Zelda/Dynasty Warriors mash-up Hyrule Warriors, its very own Nintendo Direct presentation!

On Monday Night (or Tuesday morning depending where you are), three separate versions of this event will be streamed for each of Nintendo's biggest markets; one for Japan, one for North America, a third for Europe. 

Iwata couldn't have planned this event for a better time, since it'll be occurring just about a week before the game's Japanese launch (August 14) and a little over a month shy of its European and North American launches (September 19 and 26 respectively)...OK may it's a tad closer to two months in the case of North America but you get my point.  

This event will likely be the last big bombchu blast of info before Hyrule Warriors' release, so we're bound to get plenty of new details concerning plot, levels, combat, and maybe even the reveal of a new playable character or two! 

So please don't hesitate to tell us in the comments below what you'd like to see revealed during the Hyrule Warriors Direct. 

The North American stream will begin at 8:00 PM PST/11:00 PM Eastern on August 4, the Japanese stream is timed for 12:00 PM JST on August 5 and the European stream is clocked in for 8:00 AM CEST also on August 5.

The feed will be shared on Nintendo's region specific websites and Youtube channels but we'll be sure to share the North American feed right here on ScrewAttack, so don't miss it!

Sources: Nintendo of America, Nintendo of Europe, and Nintendo

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