The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Is Getting A Sequel

Yolanda Curtis
June 12, 2019

Nintendo finally revealed details about the upcoming Limited Editions of Link's Awakening. It didn't contain a release date, so we may see it at E3 2020 before it actually launches.

All of the details so far have come from people on the showfloor, but we expect that Nintendo will share details on the new Pokémon soon, including another (less exciting) addition to the Pokédex, called Impidimp.

The games included in the initial press release are: Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, Luigi's Mansion 3, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order - and that's about it for the named titles.

For more on IGN's E3 coverage, stay tuned to IGN's E3 2019 hub.

What's more, we won't have to wait long to play it; The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is out on the Nintendo Switch on September 20, 2019. However, it's clear that the sequel still makes use of that same BOTW engine, we're still in that same version of Hyrule, and it still looks unbelievable with the cel-shaded style.

During an interview at the Nintendo booth with IGN, Director and Producer of the Zelda Series, Eiji Aonuma, confirmed that the sequel will not in fact be related to Majora's Mask, despite the darker tone.

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