In the world of video gaming, rumors and speculation are always swirling around. Fans are constantly trying to get an insider's look at what could be coming next from their favorite developers. Recently, it seems like Nintendo fans have really been on edge, waiting for any news about a potential Nintendo Direct presentation.

Well, it seems that the wait may be finally over. A leaker on social media has teased that there could be two massive reveals coming during a rumored Nintendo Direct presentation this week. The leaker, who has a strong track record of accurate predictions, has caused quite a stir among the Nintendo faithful with this latest claim.

The first reveal that is being teased is apparently related to the highly-anticipated sequel to the popular Nintendo Switch game, "Breath of the Wild". Fans have been clamoring for any information about this game since it was first announced, and if this leak is to be believed, they may finally get the news they've been waiting for.

The second reveal is a bit more mysterious. According to the leaker, this announcement will be something that "fans have been asking for, for a long time". Naturally, this has led to a lot of speculation online, with fans trying to guess what this surprise announcement could be.

Of course, it's important to take all rumors with a grain of salt. While this leaker has a good track record, there's always a chance that plans could change, or that the leaker could be wrong. However, many fans are choosing to remain optimistic and hoping that this Nintendo Direct presentation will indeed bring some exciting news.

Whether or not these leaks turn out to be true, it's clear that fans are eager for any information about what Nintendo has in store for the future. With the upcoming launch of the Nintendo Switch OLED model and a slew of highly-anticipated games on the horizon, it's a great time to be a Nintendo fan. We'll just have to wait and see if this rumored Nintendo Direct presentation delivers on the hype.

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