Nintendo just announced that it will live stream a special Treehouse Live presentation on Jan. 13 at 9:30 a.m. ET. The live event takes place just hours after its special Nintendo Switch press conference in Tokyo.

Nintendo of America shared on Twitter that it will be showing an “in-depth look at upcoming games” that will be featured on the Jan. 12 Nintendo Switch Presentation. However, the company didn’t clarify whether the Treehouse Live event will only showcase launch titles or other games that will be available on the console throughout the rest of 2017, according to Polygon. The Jan. 13 Treehouse Live presentation will be streamed live on Twitch and YouTube.

The most popular rumor at the moment is that “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” will launch in March alongside the Nintendo Switch, according to GameSpot. It was previously reported that the game might possibly be pushed back due to problems with localization and that the new “Super Mario” game might be the console’s launch title instead.

Nintendo promises that it will give out the exact release date, pricing and launch titles during its Jan. 12 presentation in Tokyo. The Tokyo press event starts at 11 p.m. EST and will be available to watch on with English voice-overs.

The webcast will then be followed by a hands-on event for investors and members of the press in New York City on Jan.13. The Nintendo Switch will be available to the public for the first time on Jan. 15 in New York City.

Nintendo also announced a list of cities and dates for its Nintendo Switch preview tour in the United States. After New York, the Nintendo Switch will be previewed in Washington D.C. (Feb. 10-12), Chicago (Feb. 17-19), San Francisco (Feb. 24-26) and Los Angeles (March 3-5). For those up North, the company will also be making a stop in Toronto, Canada on Jan. 27 until Jan. 29. The third day of each stop will be open to the public, albeit to a limited number only.