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In what may be the most anticipated game released on the Switch, we got some amazing news during the Nintendo E3 2019 demo, telling us that there will be a sequel to the legendary Zelda Breath of the Wild.
from the The First Game series was well received and received one of IGN's rare 10/10 reviews. The open world design and drawing style allows most players to spend more than 500 hours to see all of this. This title almost made me buy a Switch to play it ... Now that the sequel is confirmed, I think I'll have to pay for it.
Based on what we've seen in the original work, it looks like we'll be seeing another open world design masterclass. Except for what we saw in the trailer, we don't know much about it at this point.
Generally speaking, towing is a very big joke. We can only see a few seconds of our hero's screen time in the dark cave, followed by photos of epic landscapes. The end of the trailer tells us what we need to hear: "The sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is in development" and we are very excited!
We also got potential information from director and producer Eiji Aonuma, who confirmed that this title will not be a sequel to fan favorite Majora's Mask in the past, even though we saw a deeper tone in the trailer. Aonuma
said: "The new Breath of the Wild or its sequel is not necessarily related or inspired by Majora's mask ... The content we show you is a bit dark."
Looks like we have to wait until next year. Nintendo's E3 demos can be used to learn more, but for now, we'll pay close attention to any potential developments. We expect
to be released sometime next year, but we won’t be surprised if we postpone it a bit and give the team time to make it a valuable successor.
may also be released on September 20th with The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (you can pre-order here), and Nintendo can wait a while for the release of Breath of the Wild 2 to avoid burning fans. In Zelda...maybe exhausted from excitement? But I know we all would rather see it sooner.
It seems likely that Nintendo will stick to the formula of the original game. I mean, why change something that is not damaged? We hope to spend most of our time exploring vast attractions and participating in some environment-based puzzles.
What do you think? Are you happy to see the return of our favorite Hailaru hero? If you decide to jump to Nintendo Switch just to play it, will this game leave a hole in your wallet? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below, and as usual, we will keep you posted on any news we hear.