Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 on Nintendo Switch
Fans of The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 have gained new hope for a 2021 release date for the Nintendo Switch sequel.
Production on the new Breath of the Wild game has ramped up, according to a fresh new online report.
As reported by VGC, Nintendo studio Monolith Soft is currently recruiting and advertising for 40 positions.
Interestingly, at least five of the courses are for a Zelda game, which is almost certainly Breath of the Wild 2 on Nintendo Switch.
With about 40 jobs being advertised, Monolith Soft is likely working on a major project alongside Breath of the Wild 2.
As for Breath of the Wild 2, the Nintendo Switch sequel was announced at E3 2019.
Unfortunately little is known about Breath of the Wild 2, except for the fact that it is coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo also previewed the game with a new story trailer, teasing a dangerous new enemy for Link and Zelda.
Indeed, the game would be darker in tone than previous Zelda entries – especially when compared to Link’s Awakening.
That’s according to producer Eiji Aonuma, who previously said, “The new Breath of the Wild or its sequel, it doesn’t necessarily have to be related to Majora’s mask or inspired by it … What we’ve shown you is currently a little darker. “
It sure looked pretty bleak in the trailer, so let’s hope we’ll see more footage soon.
Chances are we’ll find out more in June, especially as 2021 marks the franchise’s 35th anniversary.
Based on a new trademark filed by Nintendo, the company has plans to celebrate the anniversary in style.
The trademark application – seen below – covers everything from video games and downloadable content to clothing, key rings, and even bedding.
Nintendo filed a similar trademark for many of the same items for the Mario series last year.
Serial producer Eiji Aonuma recently gave fans an update on Breath of the Wild 2, but that’s not exactly good news.
“As for the sequel, to make the vast world that you enjoyed exploring in the original game even more impressive, the team is working hard on its development, so you’ll have to wait a little longer before we can provide more updates,” said Aonuma at a recent direct conference.
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