Rumor: Nintendo Direct November 2019 Date and Announcements Leak

A rumor making the rounds online claims to have leaked the Nintendo Direct November 2019 and announcements. According to the rumor, the Nintendo Direct November 2019 date is November 13, and it will mainly focus on three Switch games that have already been announced - Animal Crossing: New HorizonsSuper Smash Bros. Ultimate, and the upcoming Pokemon Sword and Shield.

Now, this rumor comes from 4chan, so fans should certainly take it with a massive grain of salt. Even so, there have been accurate Nintendo leaks from 4chan in the past. In fact, there was a huge Pokemon Sword and Shield leak from 4chan that has been proven to be 100% accurate at this point, so potential "leaks" from the site can't be outright ignored. That being said, it's always best to treat these kinds of things with skepticism until an official announcement comes from Nintendo.

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In regards to Pokemon Sword and Shield, the leaker claims that the Nintendo Direct will reveal the long-awaited starter Pokemon evolutions, just two days ahead of the games' release. It will also apparently reveal a new legendary Pokemon for Sword and Shield that takes the form of a "space dolphin." It's possible that this Pokemon is the Meteordita legendary that has been rumored in the past.

As for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the leaker claims that Terry Bogard will be released on November 13, the day of the Nintendo Direct. New Mii costumes based on various SNK franchises will supposedly be unveiled, alongside Minecraft DLC that will launch in December. Crash Bandicoot will be revealed as the fifth and final DLC fighter in the Fighter Pass, though the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate portion will apparently end with a tease for Ryu Hayabusa as the first DLC character for the second Fighter Pass.

And finally, if the leak is to be believed, the Nintendo Direct will also pull the curtain back on Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Nintendo will reveal that every villager from past Animal Crossing games will be in the new one, as well as detail crafting and multiplayer. The ability to expand one's entire village in Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be shown off, with players able to have 24 villagers in their city when they hit the final upgrade.

Again, we stress that Nintendo fans should take this information with a grain of salt. November 13 is just a few weeks away, though, so at least we won't have to wait too long to find out if there is any truth to this Nintendo Direct November 2019 leak.

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