'Legend Of Zelda' Release Date, Latest News & Updates: 'Breath Of The Wild' To Have Been Possibly Developed From 'Twilight Princess?'

By Clarice F. Bernardo , Updated Nov 12, 2016 07:08 AM EST
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One of the most highly-anticipated video games of today is the "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild." It may have been a long wait for fans but the teasers that are being released one after the other are very promising; making everything seem like they are worth the wait.

Gamerant previously reported that the rumour circulating about a March 4, 2017 release for "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" still remains to be unofficial. While the fans are on this waiting game, a footage of "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" has been featured in the Nintendo Switch reveal trailer just last month.

According to iDigitalTimes, there are a lot of things to note about the said footage. The fans went on a hype about the intricate details they have found in the Switch reveal trailer.

In the Switch reveal trailer, the fans of "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" have noticed that it began with footage of Link on horseback taking down some relentless Bokoblin foes. It is worth noting that the footage manifests a strong resemblance to "Twilight Princess" trailer from E3 2004.

As most fans of "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" would know, the video game series is benchmarking on a progressive timeline. Could it really be that "Twilight Princess" was the starting point for developing "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild?"

Franchise director of "Legend Of Zelda" Eiji Aonuma seems to have the answer. She said that not only "Twilight Princess" was remastered on Wii U but "Breath Of The Wild" developing from "Twilighlight Princess" is indeed a possibility.

Should a 2017 release be confirmed, the fans would then have an early clarity about their speculations. "Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" will be released for gaming consoles NX and Wii U.

 

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