Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda Sequel Established
Nintendo has exposed it is working on a sequel to the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, one of the successful games for his Switch console.
Breath of the Wild was admired by detractors when it launched in 2017 and this is won several awards.
Nintendo presented a little trailer for the sequel during its presentation at the E3 gaming show in Los Angeles.
However, it also said its very expected Animal Crossing game had been delayed until March 2020.
The company said this required to make sure the game was of the “correct quality”.
The Legend of Zelda series started in 1986. The action-adventures games follow hero Link in his mission to save the kingdom of Hyrule.
In its performance, Nintendo also decorated several third-party games that were being brought to the Switch in the coming months.
“Switch hardware sales are presently leading the US market in a big way,” said Mat Piscatella, gaming analyst for NPD Group.
“Nintendo is the important software producer – and neither of these facts shows any signs of slowing any time soon.”
In a connected growth, Polish studio CD Project Red has declared that it will issue its action role-playing game, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, for the Switch later this year.
The Nintendo version will contain some units that were originally sold as expansion add-ons, potentially offering hundreds of hours of gameplay in total.