Nintendo is rumored to be planning another event later this month. If the latest leak is correct, fans may already know what to expect at the rumored Nintendo Direct 2021.

Following Nintendo's revelation that it would not be attending the Tokyo Game Show (TGS) in 2021, people speculated that the firm was planning its own event.

Rumors became even louder when Zippo, a reputable industry insider, divulged further facts about the rumored Nintendo Direct 2021, which is expected to occur this month.

"I've been told by multiple sources that Nintendo is preparing a new general Nintendo Direct for next month," Zippo wrote in a blog post in August. "This will reportedly focus on their remaining lineup for this year and will give us peeks at early 2022 games."

Unfortunately, the source did not divulge much about what will be shown at Nintendo's upcoming gaming event. "I do not know the content of the direct currently, but it's logical to expect final looks at Metroid Dread, Mario Party Superstars, the final Smash character and Advance Wars 1+2," they revealed.

However, some fans appear to have a good notion of the event's schedule. A Reddit user known as Animegamingnerd speculated that Monolith's website could be hinting at the reported game showcase's timing and date.

Monolith apparently advertised that their website would be down for maintenance on Tuesday at 5 a.m. ET. However, the site has nearly never gone down for maintenance, according to the Reddit user.

They also claimed that the timetable is the same as the past Nintendo Direct events, which aired at the same hour and on the same day. Furthermore, "Xenoblade Chronicles 3" is expected to be announced by Monolith Soft.

On the other hand, some fans feel that the downtime will allow the corporation to revamp its website in preparation for the launch of the brand new "Xenoblade Chronicles" game. According to speculations, if the event does not happen Tuesday, it will most likely happen Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Newmarkomaro, a dependable Nintendo insider, predicted that a Nintendo Direct event would be on Wednesday. According to the insider, September 8 is a fair bet for a Nintendo Direct.

Nintendo has yet to comment about the said event.

IN PHOTO: Nintendo signage is displayed at the company's booth at the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian

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