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Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 unveiled for Nintendo Switch on Nintendo Direct E3 2019

Nintendo has revealed that Nintendo Switch is a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild in Development. The news was announced during the company's E3 press conference in 2019 and completed a presentation that was already full of announcements. Nintendo has released a short teaser trailer for Breath of the Wild 2 – or whatever it may be called – that you can see above: Breath of the Wild is currently under development. "No release date, title or any other details have been posted, the teaser trailer you can see above showed Link riding with Zelda on horseback, and in the distance something is happening with Hyrule Castle, and the video also contained something eerie music and a breathtaking landscape similar to that of the original game, we have a breakdown of the Breath of the Wild sequel, which goes into more detail about what's in this debut video.

A later press release announcing the event Unfortunately, nothing more was said and just replayed the game in active development and will be released for Nintendo Switch.

The first game was released as an intergenerational launch title for the Nintendo Switch and received widespread recognition, including a 1

0/10 in GameSpots Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review Our reviewer Peter Brown wrote: "No matter how beautiful the U Environment is how smart the enemies are and how tricky the puzzles are, the fact that Breath of the Wild surprises you with new rules and possibilities after dozens of hours. This is by far the most valuable quality. It's a game where you can gradually feel more and more empowered while maintaining a sense of challenge and mystery – all together creating a consistent, consistent sense of satisfaction throughout the experience. Breath of the Wild is a defining moment for you the series The Legend of Zelda and the most impressive game Nintendo has ever created.

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For More Read all the news of Nintendo's E3 2019 Direct Press Conference, which also features Banjo and Kazooie for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate announced.

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