Breath of the Wild sequel revealed by Nintendo in E3 2019 surprise

Ruben Fields
June 11, 2019

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is in development for the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo's key releases for the end of 2019, Pokémon Sun and Shield, out on 15 September, had already been shown off previous to this week's E3 conference, but are playable by attendees on the show floor.

Breath of the Wild was praised by critics when it launched in 2017 and it won several awards. The Japanese gaming giant also showed footage of a lot of new games for the Nintendo Switch, including Luigi's Mansion 3 and Link's Awakening, plus Animal Crossing New Horizons has been delayed until March 2020.

No date or estimated release window was given, but safe to say it is a ways off.

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The teaser trailer for the sequel revealed Link and Zelda exploring dark dungeons, terrifying villains, and a glimpse of Hyrule. The game was initially promised to be made available in 2019.

Alongside him, fans can pick up Ivysaur, Squirtle, and Solid Snake from the Super Smash Bros. line. "Ultimate" - The Hero from "Dragon Quest" series - coming this summer - and Banjo Kazooie from Microsoft and Rare's series of the same name.

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