When will there finally be new information about the action adventure The Legend of Zelda. Breath of the Wild 2? Not so soon. As producer Eiji Aonuma recently explained, fans must continue to be patient before there is an update on the current status.
During the E3 last year, Nintendo announced the action adventure The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, which will be released for the Nintendo Switch. Since that day there have been numerous rumors and speculations. However, tangible details about the content and the features have so far been in short supply. Nothing will change all too quickly. This is what the responsible producer Eiji Aonuma announced in his introduction to the announcement of Hyrule Warriors: Time of Desolation. In it, he first thanks the still very active community of the predecessor and asks the fans for a little patience.
"To make the gigantic world of the original game even more impressive in the sequel, the team is working flat out on the development. So you will unfortunately have to wait a little longer before we can offer you any news about this title."
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However, Aonuma has not revealed when exactly these tangible details of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 can be expected. However, it looks like it won't be happening anytime soon. When the time comes, there will hopefully finally be information on the speculated return of dungeons and the allegedly more linear gameplay compared to its direct predecessor.
The statements by Aonuma also make it clear once again that the release will definitely no longer – as previously speculated on several occasions – take place in the course of this year. You are not allowed to jump into the new Zelda adventure before 2021. We will of course stay on the ball for you in this regard.
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