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Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 receives a new trailer and arrives in 2022

Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 receives a new trailer and arrives in 2022

Nintendo has used its E3 2021 conference to bring us a new trailer for the much-anticipated Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, revealing that the game will be released sometime within the next year.

The Japanese manufacturer has not mentioned a release for the alleged new Pro version of the Nintendo Switch, but we now know that the sequel will allow us to explore the skies of Hyrule thanks to a new set of mechanics available to the Link.

The presentation did not reveal great details about the narration, but it did show us the new skills of the hero, who this time will have the possibility to travel to a group of floating islands that promise to challenge players, as you can see in the trailer. below.

Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 is now released for the Pro version of the Nintendo Switch

As usual, Link will be the central character in Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 that will be based on the events of the first game. To achieve your goals, you will have to resort to familiar weapons and some innovations such as a boom cannon capable of shooting.

Sheikah Slate appears to have been upgraded to Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, as Link appears to have runes on his arm. Our hero will have a large set of new abilities that will allow him to navigate new areas of the game.

Producer Eiji Aonuma also confirmed that we’ll be able to explore the skies above Hyrule when the game is released sometime in 2022. The company declined to reveal a specific date, but at least now we know when we can count on the new adventure.

The game appears to be fully capable of running on the current version of the Nintendo Switch, but will probably be able to take advantage of the greater graphics processing power of the so-called Pro version of the hybrid that will be on the way.

Across: VG24/7

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