Link and Zelda’s adventure in Hyrule, to be continued as Breath of the wild is coming up with part 2. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is the most anticipated games on Nintendo Switch. It is expected that the story of the game will pick up where the first game left off. Assuming by the teaser and trailer the game will be story-based. Breath of the wild 2 won’t have 8K graphics, thus, the enhancements in the future Zelda will be better.
All the information acquired regarding Breath of the Wild 2 if from the trailer released in E3 2019. The trailer, if you haven’t seen it already:
First and foremost, it will evidently be a sequel to Breath of the Wild, it will be starring Zelda and Link. This will be rare of the rarest Zelda games, reimaging Ganon, Link, and Zelda. The new game will witness Link and Zelda investigate some kind of spirit energy that can apparently infuse new life to the dead. The spirit energy might turn the bright lands of Hyrule to dark mirror.
In the new set-up Zelda and Link will start a new journey after Breath in The Wild as already mentioned in the epilogue. The evil power will threaten all of Hyrule where Zelda and Link make a strange discovery.
When will it release?
The year 2021 is marked as the 35th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, so it can be expected that the game might release this year. Nintendo hasn’t discussed a proper release date of Breath in the Wild 2. According to the average lifespan of Nintendo console which is every 3.5 years in average, the game might release in between now and 2023. Which is completely based on Nintendo switch lifespan, as the trailer was showed off for Nintendo Switch.
We might expect to see some updates regarding the game in a few months as it almost been a year since we first gathered information about the title.
The most recent information about the console came out back in February when Nintendo announced that there are no latest updates about Breath in the wild 2. The sequel is still incomplete and is under works as claimed by Nintendo Direct.
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