F-Zero: Rumours, Leaks, and All We Know About the Release Date of F-Zero’s Switch
We haven’t had a new F-Zero title in a while. It’s been a long time since F-Zero Climax, a Japanese-only Game Boy Advance game by Nintendo, was released. We’ve waited a little longer in the West. Sega developed 2003’s F-Zero GX for GameCube. Although Mario Kart 8 has two F-Zero tracks, and Captain Falcon is still a fixture in Smash Bros., it’s not the same as a brand new game. There has been speculation about a new game, and while we don’t expect anything beyond a Nintendo Direct presentation to be released, here are our thoughts on a possible next F-Zero entry.
Nothing. This is precisely what Nintendo provided us with F-Zero news at the Nintendo Direct.
Nintendo has confirmed that a new Direct presentation will air tomorrow, February 9. The presentation will begin at 2pm PT/ 5pm ET/ 10PM GMT/ 11pm CET. It’s expected that it will last approximately 40 minutes.
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