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Finally, yesterday Nintendo showed off a fresh trailer for its most anticipated title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel. During E3 2021 conference the company even revealed a release date: 2022.

 

Breath of the Wild was the kick off game when Nintendo launched its Switch console. It was the rebirth of the now-35-year-old franchise with an open-world model that broke new ground in the genre and is wildly considered one of the most acclaimed games of all time.

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The first surprise teaser trailer Nintendo released two years ago during E3 2019. But it wasn’t informative enough. All we know is that Link and Zelda will return from Breath of the Wild, along with what appeared to be longtime series villain Ganondorf.

Also according to the original article from The Verge The Breath of the Wild sequel isn’t Nintendo’s only major Zelda project in the works: the company is also working on an HD rerelease of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, which was originally released for the Nintendo Wii, planned for release on July 16th. The Skyward Sword port offers improved graphics and a new control scheme to allow players to play the Wii Remote-focused title with a traditional controller.

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