Since Nintendo won't take any keynote stage at the Electronic Entertainment Center in Los Angeles, June 11, the company will distribute information and updates via social media channels.
"We've got lots of action coming for you from the Nintendo booth, including gameplay videos, trailers, developer interviews and other great content that you won't want to miss," said Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime in a video posted to YouTube.
In another video posted to Nintendo's Facebook page, Fils-Aime said, "We'll still be at E3 revealing new information about upcoming games, and those of you at home will still be receiving the same stream of content and updates that you always have. But it'll be different, and it'll be better."
Nintendo will provide updates throughout the day on June 11, as E3 opens its doors, with a new Nintendo Direct video deployed at 7am Pacific Time, developer interviews at 12pm, a Wii U software showcase recap at 1pm, and a Day One Wrap Video scheduled for 7pm.
The company is expectd to showcase Wii U games in the "Mario Kart" and "Wii Party" series, something new from the "Super Mario Galaxy" team and a glimpse of a new "Super Smash Bros." on Wii U and portable 3DS.