It looks like a new Nintendo Direct could be on the cards, if a new leak is anything to go by.
Nintendo's last showcase for upcoming games took place 188 days ago – the longest period the company has gone without a Nintendo Direct since it started using the streams as a way to promote its games.
As a result, fans are getting impatient and are starting to read into all sorts of nonsense in the hopes it gives them a hint about what's coming next.
Today, though, desperate Nintendo fans' prayers may have been answered, as GAME – the UK retailer – seemed to make a slip-up when publishing some information.
"Heard about the partnership between Lego and Nintendo? The latest Nintendo Direct announced their exciting collaboration, the first time that the two big brands have worked together!" a now-deleted message on the site read.
"Details are limited at this stage, but Super Mario has been featured on their social channels. We hope you are as excited as us!"
There are two possibilities here: first, Nintendo may have had plans to announced the collaboration in a Direct, which was either postponed or cancelled, and GAME didn't change its marketing material.
Or second, GAME simply got it wrong, and took a tweet from Nintendo's announcement of the collaboration as a Direct.
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