Nintendo celebrated its E3 2021 Nintendo Direct today with roughly 40 minutes of reveals for new Switch games, updates, and DLC. At last, we finally learned more about the upcoming sequel to the 2017 Zelda title, commonly known as Breath of the Wild 2.
Link is shown falling through the sky and using his glider to reach distant places like floating islands. It seems that something has happened to Link’s hand giving him powers to go through walls, shoot fire and move objects. We are sure that there are also more powers stored.
We have also been able to glimpse new enemies and improved enemies. Like the strong Bokoblin in motion attached to the back of a stone Talus and a mechanical enemy.
No exact release date or official name was given, but we do know that Nintendo is aiming for a release in 2022.
There are already several Zelda games on Nintendo Switch, but we’re always happy to see a new one. If you haven’t played the first Breath of the Wild game yet, you’re really missing it. It rocked the established Zelda formula, provides an average of 60 hours of gameplay, and was the 2017 Game Awards Game of the Year winner. We have some time until the sequel finally drops, so this is the perfect opportunity to choose your own copy and start playing.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Explore a Hyrule ravaged by Ganon
Link awakens from a 100-year dream only to realize that Hyrule has been destroyed by Ganon and his evil minions. Now he must explore an open world to become strong enough to take down Ganon. You can go straight to the final boss if you want, but there are so many fascinating things on the map that will keep you busy for hours.
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