The July 20th Direct is real.
>Direct starts out with a trailer for SMTV, now called Shin Megami Tensei V: Rebirth. The game is slated for Spring 2021, with more info being shown off at either Tokyo Game Show's online replacement or a future direct specifically for SMTV Rebirth.
>The next trailer is for a Mainline SMT rep in Smash, called the Demon Summoner, and is in a Hero-like situation where all 8 alts are different protagonists throughout the series, such as Flynn (SMTIV), Kazuya (SMT1), Tamaki (Female, SMT if...) and Raidou Kuzonoha XIV. More details will be shown off in a presentation with Sakurai in August.
>The Direct after the Smash trailer switches to it's usual highlight reel, starting with Dead Rising, Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, and Resident Evil 7 (a new port, not the Japan only Online Only-based port), all coming to the Switch on August 14th, 2020.
>Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot will come to the Switch in Holiday 2020.
>Fortnite: Save the World will come to Nintendo Switch after the Direct.
>Fire Emblem Heroes SLASH, a fighting game tie-in to Fire Emblem Heroes co-developed by Intelligent Systems and Arcsys' BlazBlue Team will release in November 2020.
>Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2 will be on the Switch in September 4th, 2020.
>Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers will finally get an International release in October 30th, 2020. This part of the direct is replaced by an announcement for a DLC pass for Power Pro Baseball 2020 in Japan.
>No More Heroes 3 will come out in December 4th, 2020.
>Bravely Default II will come out on November 13th, 2020.
>Doom Eternal and Fallout 4 will finally get their ports on November 23, 2020.
>Super Metroid is getting the Zero Mission treatment for Switch, simply named "Metroid 3", and is scheduled for 2021. This will be the last major non-Mario related announcement of the Direct.
>The second half of the Direct is focused on Mario's 35th anniversary, which starts off with a cute highlight reel showcasing his history.
>The first announcement is Super Mario Party 2, slated for October 23rd, 2020.
>The next major announcement is an expansion pass for Mario Kart 8 DELUXE, which will give it 4 new cups with all new tracks. The first two are the Cap Cup and the Warpstar Cup. The Pass will also give you access to new characters, such as Cappy, Pauline, Diddy Kong, and Kirby. Part 1 of the Expansion Pass will come out in August 21, 2020.
>A short portion is for Paper Mario: The Origami King, reminding (You) to buy the game.
>The third major announcement is Mario Strikers: Evolution, which will come out in Early 2021, with Next Level Games returning as the developer.
>The fourth announcement is Super Mario 3D World+, which is mostly the same game but with a new World, and Wario as an unlockable character. The game will release on November 14th, 2020.
>The "Last" announcement is Super Mario's New All Stars. Which is a collection Remasters of the major 3D Mario Games, with 64 being remade on the Odyssey Engine, Sunshine being ported with slight changes to make the game stand out more, and Galaxy 1 and 2 just being direct ports of their Nvidia Shield Ports, along with a couple unlockable bonuses, such as Super Mario Land 1+2, Mario Picross, and Super Mario Bros 1 but with all of the ? Blocks replaced with "35!". This will come out on September 13th, 2020, exactly 35 years after the Original Japan Release of Mario 1.
>The True Final announcement starts when Shinya Takahashi throws the Mario Hat he wears throughout this direct to the camera, which turns around and Mario catches it, revealing it to be Cappy, who then throws it to Luigi, Mario and Luigi then race off into this weird looking Neon Green City, with the words: "Super Mario Odyssey 2 is now in development!"