During this year's E3, Nintendo dropped a number of game-changing (pun intended) bombshells, building up well-warranted excitement for its upcoming releases.

Let's get perhaps the biggest revelation out of the way first: a direct sequel to the immensly popular Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is currently in development.

Not much is known about the upcoming Zelda installment, though the trailer features Link traversing a dungeon alongside a redesigned Princess Zelda, as the two encounter an unknown threat. The news is especially surprising, considering the fact that canon games in the franchise don't usually receive sequels.

Additionally, the remake of Link's Awakening will be released on Sept 20 and features a new dungeon-making mode. Cadence of Hyrule will hit stores on June 13.

Elsewhere, fans of the '90s series Banjo-Kazooie have been anticipating the titular characters to make their Super Smash Bros. debut, and Nintendo has finally answered their prayers. The Hero from Dragon Quest will also be added to the game as well.

The company also announced plans to push back Animal Crossing: New Horizons to March 2nd, 2020. In a statement, Nintendo said, "We must ask you to wait a little later than we thought," as the game was originally slated to hit the Switch sometime in 2019.

More information was given on Luigi's Mansion 3, as the upcoming title, which comes out later this year, features new local and online co-op modes.

Daemon X Machina, Nintendo's recently announced IP, will be available September 13. The video game giant also announced No More Heroes 3 is currently in development. A collection of the Mana series games comes to the Switch today, with a 3-D remake of Trials of Mana debuting in 2020.

Other titles such as The Witcher 3, Alien: Isolation, Resident Evil 5 AND 6, and Dauntless were also announced.

It's safe to say that Nintendo's presentation at this year's E3 was pretty successful.