Looking at plausible entries to become translated to the Nintendo Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword doesn't turn to be one. It was reported previously during November 2022 where Eurogamer verified Nintendo's ambitions to port the classic 2011 title was not likely because the firm stated “to “have no plans” to ship the sport. But, that does not turn to be anymore.
Despite the initial statement made by Nintendo nearly two years ago, the firm seemed to be going against its very own word according to a recent finding. For the reason that, users scouring Amazon.uk discovered Skyward Sword listed for Nintendo Switch.
Provided from the page for the English region, your opportunity discloses to be a project being shipped by Nintendo. However, not one other details can be collected in the finding. No images from the alleged project nor an account as for what is included or providing a synopsis was posted. The game includes a placeholder date for January 1, 2030, so there is nowhere to succeed from that either.
Although this listing particularly continues to be leaves fans with no additional information, it does pre-maturely read the game's presence. While the news has not been made publically, online listings do are in position to be a nod before the call is made. Howbeit, go ahead and take discovery as a rumor until Nintendo properly shares the game's presence later on.
In other leaked ports for Nintendo Switch, it was discovered recently that Grasshopper Manufacture's Killer7 Remastered was listed for the platform. Found on a LinkedIn page from an Engine Software employee, the title is also said to be hitting PC too. Read the full report by heading here.
Do you plan on picking up Skyward Sword whether it does ship to Nintendo Switch?
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword has gone out let's focus on Wii and Wii U.