E3 is now underway and the gamer news keeps on coming. The game was initially promised to be made available in 2019.
A new Zelda is always something to get excited about, but after Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild brought the series to new creative and commercial heights, a direct follow-up is especially interesting.
There's scant information about this new Breath of the Wild game, though we know that it's a full game and not simply DLC, and that it's coming to the Nintendo Switch, making to the second flagship Zelda title on the console. During Nintendo's Treehouse presentation today, following their Nintendo Direct segment from E3, the company left fans all over the world with a powerful teaser that promised a sequel. Leading the pack is a brand new Link's Awakening Link amiibo, carrying that game's art style and a sweet plastic shine. It was announced on the heels of new Link's Awakening footage and news about Super Smash Bros. additions.
However, it also said its highly anticipated Animal Crossing game had been delayed until March 2020. There's no name or timeframe for the game's development or release, but it's in the works!
Overall, it was a pretty impressive roster at E3, and we can't wait to get our hands on all of these new games!
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