E3 2019 – Nintendo Declares Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Sequel
Nintendo has reported that a sequel of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is being developed for Nintendo Switch. The news was declared during the organization’s E3 2019 press conference, capping off a presentation that was already full of declarations. Nintendo debuted a short teaser trailer for Breath of the Wild 2- – or whatever it’s to be called.
Nintendo followed the teaser with a short statement that read, “The sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now in development.” No release date, title, or further subtleties were declared. The teaser trailer indicated Link traveling with Zelda herself on horseback, and everyone see something occurring with Hyrule Castle in the distance. The video likewise highlighted some shocking music and a staggering landscape like the one found in the original game. Everyone have a Breath of the Wild sequel trailer breakdown that dives further into what there is to gather from presentation video.
A resulting press release recapping the occasion, tragically, did not share anything further, just repeating the game is in active advancement and will be released for Nintendo Switch.
The first game was released as a cross-generation launch title for the Nintendo Switch. It got universal praise, including a 10/10 in GameSpot’s Zelda: Breath of the Wild review. Critic, Peter Brown, expressed: “No matter how gorgeous its environments are, how clever its enemies are, and how tricky its puzzles get, the fact that Breath of the Wild continues to surprise you with newfound rules and possibilities after dozens of hours is by far its most valuable quality. It’s a game that allows you to feel gradually more and more empowered yet simultaneously manages to retain a sense of challenge and mystery–which, together, creates a steady, consistent feeling of gratification throughout the entire experience. Breath of the Wild is a defining moment for The Legend of Zelda series, and the most impressive game Nintendo has ever created.”