Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, 35 years of the saga, Switch Pro: still predictions for 2021

Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, 35 years of the saga, Switch Pro: still predictions for 2021
Official information on the launch window of the new The Legend of Zelda has not yet arrived from the top of Nintendo, despite the sequel to Breath of the Wild is highly anticipated by the videogame community.

After the reveal trailer, which in fact does not has not even revealed the official name of the game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 has completely disappeared from the communications radars of the Kyoto house. A silence that has favored the spread of rumors and speculations, exceeded in intensity only by the rumors about the future arrival of a new hybrid console model, which recently prompted the Nintendo management to offer a comment on the existence of Nintendo Switch Pro. Now, to the already rich collection of forecasts, another one is added.

The source is Adam Bankhurst, videogame journalist working at IGN.com and co-host of the Gamers Advocate format. From the pages of his Twitter account, the latter has posted some tweets that are gaining increasing attention. In the latter, Bankhurst outlines a calendar of alleged news coming to Nintendo. According to the latter, after the launch of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury, the community of the Big N should expect a Nintendo Direct for Thursday 18 February, with which the plans for the celebrations for the 35 years of The Legend of Zelda. Among the latter, there could be a Zelda Collection arriving on Nintendo Switch in March, similar to what was seen for the 35 years of Super Mario. The Direct should also include a new teaser for Breath of the Wild 2, with an indication of the launch window in "Holiday 2021". This would be - again according to Bankhurst - also the period of debut of the Nintendo Switch Pro, the reveal of which would however be expected later in the year.

As interesting as they are and despite the considerable attention gained online recently, the journalist's statements seem to be mere predictions. Bankhurst does not in fact cite any kind of sources - not even his own anonymous informants - and does not seem to have a history as a leaker. At the moment, therefore, we invite you to interpret them as a mere food for thought on the near future of The Legend of Zelda.

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