For the ones that missed the huge news drop that happened on Wednesday, Nintendo held its first self-titled Nintendo Direct in almost two years. So that as part of the enormous livestream which issued more thrilling release hitting the Nintendo Switch in the coming months, The Legend of Zelda fans are tossed a bone too. However, it's not in relevance to the coming sequel for that Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Instead, it is of a fan-favorite title that release roughly a decade before. Yes, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword which dropped on the Wii back in 2011 is facing an official port for that Nintendo Switch. Alongside revitalizing the core game to suit controls outside of motion controls, the game is also being touched up visually too. But, obviously, fans are still hungry for other titles too.
But, it so happens that other lingering games, namely The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD & The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, are both planned hitting Nintendo Switch. The information develops from a tweet that Video Game Chronicles' Andy Robinson penned inside a tweet recently.
After witnessing the hit which was Super Mario 3D All-Stars back in September this past year, it is presumed a similar suite of games will be offered for that Legend of Zelda as well. Even more, Metroid can also be expected to be finding the same attention as well in 2022. Both Nintendo franchises are up to celebrate each's 35th anniversary later this season.
One note worth mentioning is when the Mario titles were executed. For the sake of the games from latter hardware, so GameCube & Wii, both were emulated respectively. So in theory, it's also indicated that Nintendo would deal exactly the same hand for other titles later on too; in this instance for that legend of Zelda and perhaps Metroid afterwards. You can read the entire report by heading here.
Would you play either namely The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD or The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess if they found the Nintendo Switch?