Highly anticipated: During E3, Nintendo released another quick teaser video for the next installment of the legendary Zelda: Breath of the Wild in a new teaser video. However, the release date is still up in the air. The teaser also showed that Link's latest floating adventure game has brought back Wii The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Speaking of this topic...
In February, Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD would be available for Switch on July 16. Nintendo released a new trailer on Wednesday (above) reminding players about the availability of pre-orders and demo controls. At the very least, fans will have something to play (or play) while they wait for the BotW sequel.
The five-minute video is somewhat of an introduction to the ad with some editing and audio (not translated by Eiji Onuma) to explain how JoyCon controllers use motion sensors for swords and shields. uses. Lift the JoyCon to the left, raise the shield to defend and reverse the bullets. The appropriate rotation of the sword control device is cut off. The cuts can be vertical, horizontal or diagonal. Those who have an archive key or like to play in manual mode, do not need to worry. Motion control can be disabled.
Graphical reliability has been greatly improved in terms of reallocation. The beautiful and undoubtedly clear characters, enemies and environments that are identified in the Wii version of the game. The GameXplain comparison below shows the contrast between the previous game and the improved game. Watch it in full screen to see the exciting difference more easily.
Another point we noticed is that there is no dialog in this video and a preview announcement for this topic. This news was easy to miss, but in the GameXpain video, you'll see that many of the chat scenes in the Switch version don't have a dialog, while the Wii does. It is not clear if the video was shown or if it was transferred to a perfectly clear conversation. If so, it would be unprecedented in a Zelda game. No other games have discussed this franchise, including Breath of the Wild. BotW stuns the voices with the words below and herd. It would be fun to see Zelda and Link out loud, but don't hold your breath. This is entirely speculation on my part.
If you're ready to dive into Link's first adventure (this is an advance version) or play it for the first time, pre-order The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for $60 online. If you'd rather wait, the game starts on July 16th. p>
Nintendo "Overview" Intro to "Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD" showing the controls