Whenever Nintendo releases a Zelda game for their consoles, it’s a big deal because of how big the Zelda franchise is. The good news is that if you thoroughly enjoyed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, you’ll be very pleased to learn that Nintendo has confirmed that a sequel to the game is in the works.
Details about the game are pretty scarce at this point in time. Nintendo has only launched a teaser trailer that confirms that the game is in the works, but they did not provide any other information. We expect that more details will be revealed later on in time, but it’s good to know that a sequel is in development.
Last month to everyone’s surprise, Nintendo announced a new Labo kit that basically introduced virtual reality (VR) features to the Switch. Given that the last time Nintendo attempted anything VR was with the Virtual Boy, it did come out of the blue. For those who need more reason to pick up the Labo kit, Nintendo has announced some updates for their existing games.
If you own The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and/or Super Mario Odyssey, Nintendo has announced that they will be updating both games where they will now support VR on the Labo kit. With Super Mario Odyssey, the update is expected to add three new mini-missions where users will be able to collect musical notes and coins, while Breath of the Wild will give users the ability to active the Toy-Con VR Goggles.
It’s safe to say the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the more successful and popular video games in recent years. The game has not only become the best-selling Zelda title of all time, over in Japan, it appears to have also become the best-selling 3D Zelda game, surpassing the Ocarina of Time.
It's easy to see why The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the best games around. It builds on the Zelda franchise and also introduces an open world concept to the game, something that it seemed to lack previously. It also introduced new graphics and new gameplay features, such as the ability to ride a bike.
For those who have yet to unlock the Master Cycle in the game, not to worry because you'll now get a chance to ride it in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Yup, you read that right, it seems that Mario Kart 8 Deluxe players can now look forward to riding the Master Cycle in the game as it has recently been released as a new and free update.
Now that both the DLCs for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild have been released, we suppose it feels like there's really not much left to do in the game. Sure, some gamers could go back and try to complete every little quest and puzzle that they might have skipped along the way, but there is some good news for players in China and Korea.
In the latest update to the game, Nintendo has added support for Chinese (traditional) and Chinese (simplified) and Korean. What this means is that instead of the text being in English, those who speak/read Chinese or Korean now have the option of playing the game in their native language.
Recently Nintendo had bragged that the Switch is the fastest-selling console ever in the US, and now it looks like more stats of the console have been released, this time telling us what are the most played titles on the console so far. Unsurprisingly it looks like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has managed to take the top spot.
Given that the game has received near-perfect reviews and won gaming awards, along with the fact that it was one of the console's launch titles, it doesn't really come as a surprise to see it at the top of the list. Coming in second place is Super Mario Odyssey, which once again isn't too surprising considering the long and storied reputation of the Mario franchise.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of 2017's best games and with it, we saw Nintendo do things to the Zelda franchise which they have never done before, such as introducing DLCs. The game's second DLC, Champion's Ballad, was released not too long ago and for those wondering about the future of the franchise, wonder no more.
In a recent interview with Famitsu (via Japanese Nintendo; via Nintendo Life), Zelda's producer Eiji Aonuma confirmed that with the release of the second DLC, the game is now "complete" and it marks the end of Breath of the Wild. This means that gamers probably shouldn't expect anymore DLCs or new content for the game in general.
Earlier this year, Nintendo announced that there would be a couple of DLCs for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The first DLC has since been released, but many were wondering about the second one and whether or not it would arrive by the end of the year. Nintendo did promise it will, and the good news is that it has.
Dubbed The Champion's Ballad, this is the second DLC that was announced for Breath of the Wild and it is currently available for gamers who have purchased it. According to Nintendo's description, "Revali, Mipha, Daruk, and Urbosa fell 100 years ago in an attempt to defend the homes they love. You must rise today. The next installment of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass: The Champions’ Ballad is here. The exhilarating adventure continues!"
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the most highly-rated video game in 2017, and if you couldn't get enough of it, you were probably rather chuffed to learn that Nintendo would be releasing DLCs for the game. Now the first DLC, Master Trials, has since been released, and if you're wondering about the second, not to worry as it should arrive next month.
This is according to a recent sighting in the Nintendo Switch eShop by Twitter user @LordofGamez in which as you can see in the screenshot below, it shows that the game has been listed as having a December release. There is no specific date mentioned, but it states that it has been planned for a release in December.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a stunning preoccupation judging by its nearby faultless reviews, however there have been a couple of disputes by gamers regarding its execution on the Nintendo Switch. In handheld mode, the redirection seems to run fine, however for no good reason when docked, the delight experiences bring down blueprint rates.
This infers that in docked mode there might be events in which the redirection isn't as smooth as it could be. The elevating news is that Nintendo has since issued a settle for the entertainment where it thumps it from 1.1.0 to 1.1.1. While Nintendo was not unequivocal in their settle notes, it has been seen by gamers that the settle enhances diagram rates when docked.
At the minute there aren't that many diversions accessible for the Nintendo Switch, yet in the event that there is one Switch amusement that everybody is raving about, it would be The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Has the amusement got rave audits, as well as it appears that the diversion has a very nearly balanced connect rate.
This is as per GameStop's COO Tony Bartel who addressed speculators where he discussed the game's prosperity. As per Bartel, "The request is inconceivably solid for this. When we get it into our stores, it’s out inside hours. So we expect we’re going to pursue supply this whole year. The other thing is, each diversion that’s out there, to have over a five and a half append rate to this, connotes many people are discovering this an awesome stage and they’re grabbing any amusements that they can. That is to say, we have very nearly a coordinated join of Zelda."