Did you want it? You got it! Spend a few minutes playing with the nerves of the players, the venerable Mojo tree Eiji Aonuma took advantage of Nintendo Direct at E3 2021 to give gamers what they’ve been waiting for: a new trailer for the much-anticipated Breath of the Wild 2 … before disappearing just as dry, leaving the service load afterwards. -sale others.
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And so it is Bill trinen, the marketing director of the American branch of Nintendo, who takes on this role, and thus distributed short sentences and other language elements to our colleagues at IGN.
Take off the masks
Because direct sequels are quite rare in the history of the series (at least on home consoles), some could not help but try some parallel between this Breath of the Wild 2 with the still very mysterious subtitle and a certain Majora’s Mask (aka the best episode, deal with it), released in the crowd of the phnomnal cardboard of Ocarina of Time. The speech is not entirely to Nintendo’s taste, which obviously hopes to sell as many as possible:
I’d say it’s an easy comparison or conclusion at this point, given what has been shown so far, and its nature a straightforward sequel. So I understand that people draw that conclusion, but at the same time – and I don’t want to dwell on it too much – it’s a game in its own right. When you finish it, I think you will come to the same conclusion.
So all this is very interesting, Mr. Trinen, but with the little biscuit that we have so far been able to devour our eyes, it is difficult to form an idea. Fortunately, Nintendo intends to increase the thermometer and the desirability of its game:
I think when we start showing a little more of it, over the next few months and until its release next year, its uniqueness will become more evident.
Ah! If Breath of the Wild 2 was timidly announced for 2022 by Aonuma, we should therefore hope to cross paths again in 2021, which is, you will agree, excellent news.