The company will also exhibit Pokémon Sword and Shield and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, it said.
Notably there’s no mention of Animal Crossing, which was previously announced for a 2019 release. However, Nintendo’s statement mentions that it will have “various other games” playable at its E3 booth.
Nintendo will also run its Treehouse live stream during the show, including a focus on indie games on Thursday, June 13.
Finally, during E3 2019 the platform holder will offer discounts on select digital Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS games in Nintendo eShop.
The sale starts at 7pm CEST on June 11 and runs until 23.59 (local time) on June 18. The full list of discounted games will be announced next week.