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The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2: The Name Is Intentionally Held Back

The big N might have already decided on how they will call the sequel to 2017’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (which quickly became a success out of the box). But why don’t they reveal the name?

 

„As for why we’re holding back on the name, you’ll just have to stay tuned because [The Legend of] Zelda names are kind of important. Those subtitles…they start to give little hints about maybe what’s going to happen,” Nintendo’s Bill Trinen told IGN).

But, he tried to keep the spirit up: „I think as we start to show a bit more of the game over the coming months to the next year or so, it’ll probably start to be a bit more apparent where this game stands on its own and what makes it so unique. […] By the time you finish playing it, I think everybody is probably going to conclude that this is its own thing,” Trinnen added. So… the game, which is announced to launch in 2022, might be arriving in the second half of the year if he openly mentioned „show a bit more over […] the next year or so” in the worst scenario!

Meanwhile, there are still rumours of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess also getting Nintendo Switch HD ports. (Meanwhile, Skyward Sword is due to launch on July 16!) According to VGC‘s Andy Robinson, he is quite confident about these two games showing up on the successful hybrid platform shortly, and he believes it would be weird to confirm these two titles before the launch of Skyward Sword, which would explain why it wasn’t mentioned during Nintendo’s E3 Direct broadcast. Therefore, the big N might be waiting for a bit more to hold another Nintendo Direct, and then reveal these two games with immediate release dates confirmed along with them…

And since Robinson was one of the first people to talk about Super Mario 3D All-Stars before its official announcement, we might have to consider that he could be onto something here…

Source: WCCFTech, WCCFTech

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