Nintendo: Legend of Zelda sequel confirmed

Nintendo: Legend of Zelda sequel confirmed

Nintendo: Legend of Zelda sequel confirmed

However, it also said its highly anticipated Animal Crossing game had been delayed until March 2020.

Nintendo has announced a sequel to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" is now in development.

It's probably gonna take a while for this to game to even come out, so that leaves us plenty of time to speculate.

Nintendo's E3 2019 Direct is over, and it was jam-packed full of big announcements.

New "Super Smash Bros".

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was originally released in 2017 on the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U. The open world action-adventure game follows Link, who wakes up alone in a world he no longer remembers after a 100-year slumber and no memories. So this is basically Nintendo flashing a unicorn on screen at the end of the show and it garnered pretty much the same reaction.

It was also announced that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - the critically acclaimed low-fantasy game from Poland's CD Projekt Red - will be released on Switch later in 2019; other older games getting a Switch re-release include Resident Evil 5 and 6, and Alien Isolation.

You can check out the trailer for the BOTW sequel down below. Zelda does have a new haircut, and in this universe, I'd bet reincarnations are more common than haircuts, but feel free to disagree. Nintendo's Bill Trinen confirmed that it's a true sequel, not DLC, after the Nintendo Direct livestream. But the teaser trailer does show both Link and Zelda in a dungeon together.

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