Where to watch January’s Nintendo Switch presentation in Australia
This month Nintendo's Treehouse Live event will offer the world's first hands-on look at Nintendo's handheld hybrid. Here's where to watch it and at what time if you're viewing from Australia.
After months and months with no official word from Nintendo, we finally got a glimpse at the Nintendo Switch via an exciting (albeit heavily choreographed) reveal trailer back in October. This January, the Nintendo Switch will undergo its first real test when Nintendo's Treehouse live presentation gives the world a closer look at the console and journalists some hands-on time with it.
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The presentation aims to educate fans on the Nintendo Switch's official technical specifications and offer a glimpse at what games to expect when the console launches in March. We're incredibly excited to clear up what countless rumours have suggested but we're just as pumped to find out more about that mysterious 3D Mario title that was teased in the initial trailer.
The event will be held in Tokyo and live streamed from 3:00pm AEDT Friday 13 January. We've embedded the Twitch stream below for your viewing convenience.
Then on 1:30am Saturday the 14th, Nintendo will offer an even deeper look with the Treehouse Live with Nintendo Switch.
We will be present and reporting from the ground at Melbourne's Nintendo Switch event on Saturday with some early hands-on impressions so be sure to check back here on the day.
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