Since the announcement of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 over a year ago, at the time of E3 2019, Nintendo has officially revealed nothing new about the upcoming switch game. However, other sources and information from time to time reveal suspected information. In a podcast, two Spanish voice actors, who participated in the first Breath of the Wild, said that their work on the second part had already been completed. Does that mean that development is already well advanced and that the game could possibly appear soon?
Probably one of the most anticipated switch games The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 be. Announced at E3 in 2019 in one Nintendo Direct, over a year ago, the Japanese company has since said no more words about the sequel. New information, often of a presumed nature, is therefore based on individual statements or is sometimes just guesswork. The statement of two Spanish voice actors in a podcast now provides a very tangible indication of the development progress.
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The Spanish voices of Revali (Marc Navarro) and Zelda (Nerea Alfonso) recently appeared on the podcast called "A Coffee with Nintendo". There, the two revealed that their work on Breath of the Wild 2 had already been completed. This is an indication of a very advanced level of development in that it means that the Story of the game already finished is. Otherwise it would not be possible to set the sound in other languages. Especially since localizations in other than the original language, both for text and sound, usually fall into the final phase of game production.
When there is new, very official information about Breath of the Wild 2 is still unclear. Due to the corona pandemic, the E3 was canceled this year. However, there was no replacement for the E3-Direct that is common at the trade fair. Nintendo itself is very covered with statements about the Zelda sequel, which will probably appear for the Switch.
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