The new game was revealed via the company's E3 Direct presentation, Kotaku reports. Nintendo's key releases for the end of 2019, Pokémon Sun and Shield, out on 15 September, had already been shown off previous to this week's E3 conference, but are playable by attendees on the show floor.
Nintendo has revealed it is working on a sequel to the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, one of the best-selling games for its Switch console. It was announced on the heels of new Link's Awakening footage and news about Super Smash Bros. additions.
The trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 shows Link and Zelda exploring a mysterious cavern filled with dangers. Or maybe even a Holiday 2020 or 2021 release. Yesterday we learned all about what Square Enix is cooking, including a Final Fantasy VII remake and a new Avengers game.
We didn't get a lot of details or even any look at gameplay.
New "Super Smash Bros". There are still some more fighters to go, including the just-announced Dragon Quest Hero and Banjo-Kazooie. The game will allow Luigi some new abilities like slam, suction shot, burst, and the ability to create a clone of Luigi, Gooigi that can become a local coop partner.
The Legend of Zelda series started in 1986.
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