Nintendo drops major Switch gameplay hint

Alonzo Simpson
June 13, 2019

There were rumours surrounding this over the course of 2019 and many doubted that the game could be adjusted to the point of running on a Switch.

The fact that there's going to be a The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 was the biggest highlight in the long list of Nintendo E3 2019 announcements today. It's hardly a surprise that the game would suffer some graphical downgrades, we dread to think about the goats sacrificed to even get The Witcher 3 to run on the hardware.

Between that, we're still quietly hoping we'll see something wonderful from Animal Crossing too.

The Legend of Zelda made three appearances, first in the form of a remake.

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Nintendo's next Zelda game will be a "full sequel" to 2017's landmark Breath of the Wild, a Switch launch game that put strong emphasis on gameplay and exploration over graphics. Cadence of Hyrule, a Zelda-flavoured musical action game based on indie hit Crypt of the NecroDancer, will be out on 13 June. The game is expected to release sometime this year, hopefully a concrete date isn't far away.

-These new Nintendo Switch games were also revealed: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Complete Edition, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics, CONTRA ROGUE CORPS, and TRIALS of MANA.

A sequel to Breath of the Wild is in the works, Nintendo confirmed at its E3 showcase.

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