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"The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword" comes to Nintendo Switch

“The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword” comes to Nintendo Switch

Big disappointment for Princess Zelda and Link’s fans: Many were eagerly watching “Nintendo Direct” yesterday. The presentation featured new games and updates for this year. The beliefs one desires are high Zelda Collection for the 35th Anniversary The series is announced, or one learns something new about the legacy of “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”. When the producer of the series stepped in front of the camera, it soon became clear that expectations were not being met. But Easy Ionuma gave him some comfort.

“Now some of you may be thinking: Is there any news about the sequel to” The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild “? Excuse me. Improvements are going well, so we can provide you with new information this year. Anuma began her presentation and then she politely bowed and offered something to the Zelda fans to reduce the waiting time.

„The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for Nintendo Switch

The original Wii game “The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword” for the Nintendo Switch will be released soon. “We simulated sword and shield handling so the player in this title has two Joy-Con controllers,” the producer explains. “The Joy-con controller in your right hand represents the sword. With the controller in your left hand, you use the shield. You can use the controller to perform other actions, such as archery.

Nintendo also comes with special Joy-Con controllers in Zelda design to suit the game. “The optics of the right Joy-con controller are inspired by the master sword, while the left shows the Helia shield,” explains Ezie Anouma. The game for the Nintendo Switch will be released July 16, 2021. You can now pre-order this from Nintendo EShop. Joy-con controllers in a special design will be available in stores on the day of release.

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Numerous “Nintendo Direct” presentations can be found on YouTube.