Nintendo has said that it will have new information about the mobile games it's making with DeNA tomorrow.

This is according to the Wall Street Journal, which reports that Nintendo's CEO Tatsumi Kimishima said the following today:

"We will provide updates on our project with DeNA tomorrow."

Nintendo has previously said that it plans to have its first mobile game out by the end of 2015.

The company is hoping that it's arrival will help to push it towards its goal of $404 million in operating income by the end of the fiscal year.

All we know about Nintendo's plans for its mobile games so far is that they won't be ports of other games and that classic Nintendo characters will appear in them.

We also know that Nintendo and DeNA plan to get five mobiles games out by March 2017.

Nintendo Direct

Additionally, it was revealed that Nintendo plans to have a Nintendo Direct before the end of 2015.

We haven't had one since former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata passed away earlier this year.

He usually hosts them so it'll be interesting to see how Nintendo Direct will be handled going forward.

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