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Nintendo confirmed a trailer for the sequel of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild at E3

Nintendo has revealed it’s engaged on a sequel to the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, one of many best-selling video games for its Swap console.

Breath of the Wild was praised by critics when it launched in 2017 and it gained a number of awards.

Nintendo confirmed a brief trailer for the sequel throughout its presentation on the E3 gaming present in Los Angeles.

Nonetheless, it additionally stated its extremely anticipated Animal Crossing recreation had been delayed till March 2020.

The corporate stated it wished to verify the sport was of the “proper high quality”.

The Legend of Zelda sequence began in 1986. The action-adventure video games comply with hero Hyperlink in his quest to avoid wasting the dominion of Hyrule.

In its presentation, Nintendo additionally highlighted a number of third-party video games that had been being dropped at the Swap within the coming months.

“Swap hardware gross sales are at present main the US market in an enormous approach,” stated Mat Piscatella, gaming analyst for NPD Group.

“Nintendo is the main software program writer – and neither of those information present any indicators of slowing any time quickly.”