Don’t Worry, Zelda: BOTW 2 Is Reportedly Still Aiming To Launch Next Year

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel did not present up at The Game Awards and it left some followers involved about when Nintendo can be offering the subsequent replace. According to IGN’s boss Peer Schneider, there isn’t any want to fret.

In the newest episode of the IGN Games podcast ((*2*)), Schneider talked about how he spoke to “some folks within the business” who’ve supposedly assured him BOTW2 continues to be aiming for a 2022 launch. Next 12 months, normally, can be going to apparently be a really thrilling one for Nintendo:

“It does sound like Nintendo goes to have a reasonably good 12 months subsequent 12 months. So, I’d not take the absence of massive stuff [at The Game Awards] as an indication that perhaps Breath of the Wild is delayed or that they do not produce other stuff, as a result of it appears like… folks at Nintendo are very enthusiastic about 2022.”


Schneider added to this, suggesting the anticipated sequel to Breath of the Wild may arrive by subsequent November – however certainly not is that this a affirmation of the sport’s launch date. It’s unclear if this was fully speculative, or if he was teasing one thing extra.

Just weeks in the past, VentureBeat video games journalist and occasional insider Jeff Grubb talked about how he wasn’t anticipating to see BOTW2 till the top of subsequent 12 months, however thought there was additionally the potential of it not arriving in 2022:

“[Zelda: BOTW 2] most likely [is] not popping out nearer till the top of subsequent 12 months, if it comes out in 2022 in any respect.”

Nintendo connected “2022” to the top of its E3 trailer for the sport, and famous in official PR the way it was “aiming to launch” the sport on Switch by subsequent 12 months.


When do you suppose we’ll see BOTW2 arrive on the Nintendo Switch? Take a guess down beneath.

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