Looks like Nintendo will be highlighting more upcoming 3DS and Wii U games than just Zelda.
Nintendo have finally shared their full plans for E3 2016, and, like what many people had suspected, it seems like they will have much more to show than just The Legend of Zelda, contrary to what their statements had implied last month.
Although they will still be lacking a central conference keynote or even a pre-recorded presentation, Nintendo will be using their Treehouse Live platform to promote multiple upcoming games on their systems. The first day, June 14, will be dedicated to The Legend of Zelda and Pokemon Sun/Moon, while Day 2 of the stream on June 15 will see Nintendo share footage and details of games such as Monster Hunter Generations and Dragon Quest VII.
On the whole, then, even though it will be a distinctly low key E3 for Nintendo, we can at least expect them to share information on some upcoming titles that are anticipated by fans. Considering everything else, that’s the most we can hope for at this point.