Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, unveiled the launch period

Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, unveiled the launch period

Zelda Breath of the Wild 2

During E3 2021 we had the opportunity to take a first look at the gameplay of The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, still provisional title for the 2017 chapter of the series. The enormous success of the title at the launch of Nintendo Switch has fueled much anticipation for its direct sequel, which fans can't wait to see again and above all to play. Although Nintendo has already made it known that the work will be released during 2022, we still don't have a precise launch date for the title.

To give more information on when we will be able to return as Link is none other than Peer Schneider, founder and Chief Content Officer of IGN. In the latest installment of NVC Podcast, Schneider revealed that he attended a meeting held just after The Game Awards on December 10, during which he discovered Nintendo's plans for 2022, which he defines as "huge" and to which he revealed to be very excited.

Breath of the Wild 2 could be strongly linked to Skyward Sword.

He explained first of all that the development of The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 proceeds quickly and that the release date is still stuck in 2022. Even more interesting is that during the episode of the podcast he stated, speaking of the open world games, that "they will probably change this November when we play Breath of the Wild 2, indicating that the 'work will be published on Nintendo Switch in November 2022.

Although clearly there are still no official confirmations or denials from the Big N, we must also consider that the figure of Schneider is very revealing within the industry and would hardly want to be discredited for a false rumor. In addition, many insiders had announced the presence of the game at E3 2022, confirming the hypothesis of its release in the following November. In any case, we advise you to take the information he stated with a grain of salt and stay tuned to our pages so as not to miss any updates.

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Nintendo patents shed light on new Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 abilities

A trio of new patents filed by Nintendo appear to confirm some of the new abilities Link will have in the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

As spotted by Gamereactor, the three patents each give detail on different skills Link can perform in the game, presumably by earning them like he did in Breath of the Wild.

The first patent describes the way that Link will be able to use a new rewind feature to manipulate the environment.

Rather than completely rewinding time in its entirety, as in a game like Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, the patent shows Link rewinding a single object, moving it back to its previous location.

The Sequel to Breath of the Wild teaser

The second patent shows a new ability that would let Link travel upwards and pass through ceilings, phasing through them until he reaches the other side on top.

According to the patent image, the game would have to be satisfied that both the surface he passes through and the surface he comes out of aren’t too steep and don’t have any obstacles, and that there isn’t anything in the way as Link passes through.

Finally, the third patent details Link’s ability to free-fall, in which he’ll seemingly be able to move into various positions and fire at enemies as he does.

Nintendo is deliberately choosing not to reveal the proper title for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 because it contains hints about the game’s plot.

The game will not actually be called Breath of the Wild 2 but will instead have a proper subtitle, like every other Zelda game. But Nintendo is deliberately choosing not to announce the name yet.

Nintendo premiered a new trailer for the game during its E3 2021 Nintendo Direct presentation this past summer, and also confirmed a 2022 release date.

The game will feature an expanded world that includes the skies above Hyrule.


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