Police are responding to a ‘vague threat’ from a California student who is waiting for classes to end so he can watch today’s Nintendo Direct.
In one statement (opens in a new tab), the California State University Police Department says it became aware of the threat when a professor emailed a student saying class had to be canceled “for the good of mankind”.
“After hours of investigation, we have learned that a Nintendo Direct event will be occurring on the exact date and time the individual suggested canceling the class,” the acting police chief said. , Scott Willey.
According to police, the individual then followed the teacher he had just threatened and said it was all a bad joke. Regardless, there will be an increased police presence at CSU tomorrow which will include additional officers, “highly visible” student community service officers and community service specialists, and even a K9 unit walking around the campuses and inside buildings.
“We understand that a threat of any kind, real or not, causes many people to fear for their safety,” Willey continues. “Keep in mind that we will do everything we can to keep our campus community safe.”
The Nintendo Direct event that the student was so interested in seeing will take place today, Wednesday, February 8, at 2 p.m. PST / 5 p.m. EST / 10 p.m. GMT. Nintendo isn’t generally sure what to expect from the series, but our humble Nintendo Direct predictions predict an event filled with Tears of the Kingdom news, a Pikmin 4 release date, a new Mario game, and Zelda rumors. HD ports.
With Tears of the Kingdom on sale in a few months, here’s why February’s Nintendo Direct should think big with Zelda.
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