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The Legend of Zelda: ‘Breath of the Wild’ sequel has been delayed to spring 2023 – Nintendo

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The unnamed sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been pushed back to spring 2023, according to producer Eiji Aonuma in a video update today. The game was previously scheduled to be released in 2022.

“We’ve decided to extend our development a little and move the release date to Spring 2023,” Aonuma explained. “In order to make this game’s experience something special, the entire development team is hard at work on this game, so please bear with us for a little longer.”

Nintendo first revealed that a sequel to Breath of the Wild was in the works in 2019, followed by a brief look at the upcoming title’s new gameplay at E3 2021 last year. According to Aonuma, the vast, open-world iteration of Hyrule will see gameplay extend up into the skies, as well as new gameplay elements and encounters.

Much of the information about Breath of the Wild 2 remains unknown, including the game’s title — Nintendo still refers to it as “The Sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.” With the game now set to release next year, Nintendo has plenty of time to reveal more about Link’s next big adventure.

The Legend of Zelda: 'Breath of the Wild' sequel has been delayed to spring 2023 - Nintendo
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