During an E3 livestream earlier today, Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime revealed to host Geoff Keighley that the upcoming Nintendo Spotlight will in fact only be 25 minutes long.
However, he said that the company will reveal more “breaking news” during the following Nintendo Treehouse Live.
The Treehouse Live event will be broadcast immediately after Nintendo Spotlight, and typically runs well over an hour. It includes gameplay videos, interviews with developers and Nintendo staffers, and more.
The Nintendo Spotlight will be live on June 13 (tomorrow) at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET. The Treehouse Live event should go live at 9:30 AM.