To mention that the Legend of Zelda breath of the wild has proved successful on Nintendo switch would be a chunk of an understatement. This may give an explanation why Nintendo chose this to be the first Legend of Zelda game to feature DLC content and also every other large watershed within the franchise's records too.

That's because those involved within the collection' future have confirmed that the game's that will comply with it will probably emulate Zelda breath of the wild's open-international gameplay.

In an interview with Famitsu reporters, Zelda developer, Eiji Aonuma stated "that shifting ahead, the new Legend of Zelda titles would adhere to the new style of gameplay. I suppose that, in the future, open air games will be the standard for Zelda."

At some point of the same interview, Aonuma was additionally asked to explain how the breath of the wild falls in the history of Hyrule, explaining: "the history of Hyrule changes through the years. "

There are presently no mentions of the latest Legend of Zelda video games being in development for the Nintendo switch, however, that could all change soon. It was revealed that Nintendo recently showed that it has essential plans for E3 2017, which takes place in June. Further to Nintendo switch game bulletins, Nintendo has promised to release latest games for the 3DS reported Express.

Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America boss revealed on Fox that "E3 is constantly a huge time for Nintendo. We look at each E3, as a unique opportunity to tell our story. And a huge E3 is coming this year. We are going to be showcasing a variety of video games. We are able to have reports for consumers will be able to attend the show for the very first time." Nintendo switch owners could be especially eager to see what Nintendo has in store for the second half of the 12 months in terms of distinctive games.