Although the release date of The Legends of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 is unknown, the next big Zelda adventure is in a corner.
Hirol Warriors: Age of Calamity launches on Nintendo Switch this weekend and is considered a precursor to BOTW.
Set over a hundred years before the Breath of the Wild events, Age of Calamity expands the story of Zelda, the Four Champions, the King of Herolin and many more through Katkens and Gameplay.
It turns out to be an interesting game to take the waiting fans on Breath of the Wild 2. Not only do you know how Hirol changed during the disaster era, but some other clues can also be shared.
Nintendo could use the new Hirol Warriors game as a way to tease the future story of Breath of the Wild 2, although this is now speculation.
Heirloom Warriors is not like Breath of the Wild in terms of the game, but there will be a lot to enjoy while trying to save the kingdom from disaster.
Disaster Age Hack will feature ‘N’ Slash Gameplay, which focuses on making combos, using special skills at breakneck speed, and expanding BOTW’s descriptions.
Some background to the story was shared by Nintendo before the big launch, and reveals:
“A century before the events of the Legend of Zelda: the breath of the wild game, the catastrophe. Hyrul was plunged into darkness and devastated by an evil force that changed the kingdom forever.
Hirool Warriors releases date news
Nintendo has confirmed that the release date of Hirol Warriors: Age of Calamity is set for Friday, November 20, 2020.
As mentioned above, this is a Nintendo Switch exclusive and is not available to play on PS5, Xbox Series X or PC.
No release time has been announced for the game, so check back in from midnight on Friday.
A message from Nintendo adds: “Hirol Warriors: The Age of Disaster The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – not just in its visual style.
“Many of the most popular and fan-favorite characters from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild include Link and Zelda.
“In addition to hacking and lowering through the swarm of enemies to protect Hirole, players will solve environmental puzzles, unlock weapons and skills, go to stores to get craft and supplies, and use the power of Sheeka Slate from The Legend of Zelda to Recognize Fans: Wild Breath.”
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