Nintendo will showcase the "The Legend of Zelda" at E3 2016. Nintendo

In just a little over a month, the biggest gaming trade show of the year will be here once more. For the E3 2016, Nintendo will be training its eyes on the upcoming “The Legend of Zelda” title.

Nintendo has revealed a few more details about its plans, starting with a livestream called Nintendo Treehouse Live. According to Polygon, the livestream will showcase demos of “The Legend of Zelda” for an entire day. Even non-attendees of E3 2016 can still see the livestream, which will be broadcasted via YouTube Twitch and the official Nintendo E3 website.

“The Legend of Zelda” is slated to come out on the Wii U and Nintendo NX in early 2017. Despite being one of the intended platforms for “The Legend of Zelda” title next year, the Wii U had been receiving more flak than usual. In fact, GameStop CEO Paul Raines even said to GameSpot that the Wii U had been a disappointment of a device not only for the players, but even to the creators.

However, Raines goes on to say that this does not mean that the ideas were not something worth noticing—but perhaps the risks did not just turn out as expected. He does note that the Nintendo NX is worth looking forward to.

“They’re very innovative in everything that they do. I hope that they come out with something exciting and innovative,” said Raines to GameSpot.

Nintendo has already announced that it will not be talking about the Nintendo NX this June. The earliest that fans can see the device will be in during the reveal later in the year.

This does not stop rumours about the possible features of the Nintendo NX. According to IGN, it is possible that the Nintendo NX will opt to go for cartridges than the optical disc drives. This rumour was based of the financial statements released by Macronix, the company that manufactures the ROM chips for Nintendo.

The report stated that there is an expected increase for the ROM chips demand. This is different from the usual devices, as in the Nintendo 3DS, which could hint to returning to the cartridge. Nintendo has not yet confirmed this rumoured feature for its Nintendo NX, so it’s best to take this with a grain of salt.

Nintendo NX may feature cartridges - rumour (Credit: YouTube/IGN)