At Nintendo’s E3 Direct yesterday, I was finally able to see Breath of the Wild 2 more comprehensively. A montage of aerial combat, skydiving / gliding, and newly improved rune abilities set the sequel apart from the beloved original. In the next chapter of Link’s story, we know that Zelda will continue to play a major role (despite her gaping absence from the latest gameplay trailer), and that the story will take place in the highlands. I am. Apparently, the official title of Breath of the Wild 2 may tell us more, so Nintendo decided to keep it secret until it was ready to reveal more details to the general public. I decided.
Nintendo Treehouse Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff I talked to IGN About Nintendo’s decision. There are certainly subtitles that have already been agreed, but it may be premature for all of us to know. “As for why we’re refraining from the name, you just need to keep an eye on it, as the Zelda name is obviously a kind of importance,” Trinen said in an interview. “These subtitles … probably start giving a little hint about what will happen.”
It’s true that the old Zelda legendary installments have names that are directly related to the story. For example, Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask, Twilight Princess, and so on. So it’s only natural that the Breath of the Wild follows. I’ve been waiting for news about the sequel for two years. It is currently known to be released for the Nintendo Switch at some point in 2022. Our own Liana Ruppert has put together a list of cool features and mechanics that we’d love to see in our next game. Check it out to stimulate your excitement.
What do you think is the official name of Breath of the Wild 2? In the comments section, throw away quirky or serious title ideas.