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I mean thats the best case scenario (though big expensive games that get that marketing treatment normally are a February November thing, which is still good). However, when Nintendo markets their most expensive games (your Zeldas mostly), in the past they have often given at least a year in a half to ramp up marketing. With that said, Mario Odyssey being such a larger scale game, and Xenoblade 2 both having only a year of marketing, even with this game being announced all the way back in 2017, maybe they will wait until within a year of release to show it off. I hope they do but I wouldn't be shocked if we see this game next summer for a 2023 release or something like that.