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Nintendo May Be Considering Yearly 'Legend of Zelda' Games For Nintendo Switch

By Robert Workman– December 2, 2018 Even though it does not look like we'll be getting a port of Skyward…

Even though it does not look like we’ll be getting a port of Skyward Sword anytime soon The Legend of Zelda when it comes to the Nintendo Switch.

 Legend of Zelda "title =" Legend of Zelda "height =" 374 "width = "665" class = "40" data-item = "1148082" /> </figure> <p> The company got the franchise running in a huge way last year with the release of <i> Breath of the Wild </i>which has become One of its biggest sellers, and it continued to keep fans happy with a refined release of <i> Hyrule Warriors </i> for Switch earlier this year. So … what's next? <br /> Well, one Eurogamer editor believes that the Company may be working on the next <i> Legend of Zelda </i> game to arrive sometime next year. That's not to say we'll see something along the lines of <i> Breath of the Wild </i>but we'll certainly see … well, some sort of release. </p> <p> While confirming the news about <i> Skyward Sword </i> not coming to the system, the editor, Tom Phillips, said, "If I understand it, Nintendo is keen to have a <i> Zelda </i> game launch on Switch every year." </p> <p> So what does this mean? Kan firmaet have en overraskelse lined up for det kommende år? We did run a story last month, in which the next game in the series is coming "sooner than we think." </p><div><script async src=

More than likely, the next entry in the series could be a port of a popular release. Nintendo has been prone to doing that, as it produced The Windwaker HD and Twilight Princess HD for the Wii U before that system was discontinued. Majora’s Mask or Ocarina of Time both of which came to the Nintendo 3DS; or maybe even something new, like a console port of A Link Between Worlds which struck a huge chord with audiences a few years back on the 3DS.

Nothing is confirmed yet , and Nintendo has not said a word about what its plans are, so take this rumor with a grain of salt. Men, husk at The Game Awards er i gang denne week; and with that, the company may have a surprise or two for us. DLC and the announcement of the Bayonetta games for Switch, including the third chapter.

We’ll let you know what gets revealed. In the meantime, you can check out both Breath of the Wild and Hyrule Warriors for Nintendo Switch now.

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