The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Nintendo Treehouse

Joanna Estrada
June 12, 2019

E3 is now underway and the gamer news keeps on coming. Yesterday we learned all about what Square Enix is cooking, including a Final Fantasy VII remake and a new Avengers game. As you might have seen in the E3 trailer, new content is also a go, as Dampé (a character from Ocarina of Time) is crossing over to handle the "Chamber Dungeon" creation mechanic.

Nintendo ended its E3 2019 Nintendo Direct with a bombshell announcement.

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. Ultimate, two new paid downloadable fighters will be available: Hero from DRAGON QUEST this summer and Banjo-Kazooie this fall.

Now, the tagline at the end of the trailer is something to the effect of "The sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is in development", so don't get your hopes up for a Holiday 2019 release. And there's a new twist: what appears to be a make-your-own-dungeon mode.

The classic Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening first released in 1993 on the Game Boy and now there's a release date for its Switch remake: September 20th this year.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

Discuss This Article