Jun 15, 2021
E3 2021: Nintendo shows off more Zelda Breath of the Wild 2
New game footage revealed that the game will involve floating islands, skydiving, and new powers in the same world as its predecessor. The new footage for the next title - a sequel to the 2017 game which was widely reviewed as a masterpiece - came in the last few minutes of the 40-minute show. Apart from a collectable retro Game and Watch, the company said "We don't have any other campaigns or Switch games planned" to mark the franchise's 35th year. Many of the other new games shown were Nintendo Switch versions of games already coming to other platforms, such as Square Enix's just-announced Guardians of the Galaxy, or collections and remasters of older titles. In closing the show, the hosts said: "We are diligently continuing development on a number of other games we didn't show today."
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