In 2021, Nintendo published the first trailer to Breath of the Wild 2. Fenfieern since then on the successor to the successful game. He should continue to appear 2022. This proves new documents of the company.
Zelda: Nintendo wants to hold on to the plan
Lately, there was often that games were postponed for weeks, sometimes for months and even years – in the successor of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild you have to do well no worrying . Why?
In Nintendo’s presentation for investors, the company holds out what is still planned this year. Among other things, there is a list of all major games to appear in the coming months. Among them are Kirby and the forgotten land, Splatoon 3, Bayonetta 3 and “the successor to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”. Obviously, the game has no official name yet, but the number 2022 makes hope for it, that Nintendo can comply with previous release plans with the game .
By the way, the list continues with the Announcement of Metroid Prime 4 – here, however, a statement is missing. Instead of a year there is only a TBA placeholder. That stands for “to be announced” and means as much as “announcement follows”.
Further to Breath of the Wild 2 should follow in the coming months. We’ll keep you up to date.
What we already know about Breath of the Wild 2
Nintendo still covers the successor of the success of the success. In the first trailer, link and Zelda go into a cave and come across a corpse there. Is it about your adversary Ganondorf? By magic stands the skeleton again and Will Hyrule plunge into disaster .
The last gameplay trailer indicates new features such as a floating module, time travel and a kind of flame thrower . What exactly await you in the game, you will find another 2022.
_Ihr did not play Breath of the Wild yet? Then you should definitely catch up: _
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