E3 2019: Nintendo announces sequel to "Zelda: Breath of the Wild" and the arrival of "The Witcher III" on Switch
Nintendo knows how to keep its surprises.On the occasion of its "Nintendo Direct", a pre-recorded video broadcast on Tuesday, June 11 at 6 p.m.(Paris time) as part of the E3 2019 show, the Japanese switch manufacturer unveiled a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the majestic adventure that accompanied the launch of the portable console and received praise after praise.No title or release date has been released.
While many specialized sites rumble about a merger between Microsoft and Nintendo, it was only sketched by the announcement of the arrival in Super Smash Bros.: Banjo Bear Ultimate.This character was born on Nintendo 64, but the Japanese company lost the rights to it when its creator studio, British Rareware, was sold to Microsoft in 2002.
The two competitors, who are now called "friends" in the mouth of Xbox France, have obviously found an agreement, long unimaginable, so that Banjo can brawl with Mario and Kirby.
"The Witcher III" on Switch
The Kyoto firm has also lifted the veil on several Switch adaptations of unexpected blockbusters, starting with the terrifying survival game Alien: Isolation, the release of the role-playing game Dragon Quest XI in September, the remake of the vintage shooter by SEGA Panzer Dragoon.
But, above all, Nintendo has announced the arrival of the game of the year 2015, The Witcher III, in a version for Switch including all its expansions.This version should logically be technically below the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.
Let us also point out the black game - as there are black films - Empire of Sin, by the creator of Doom, John Romero; the strategy game adaptation of the Netflix series Dark Crystal; and a trendy new action game from the 1980s, Contra: Rogue Corps.
Posted Date: 2021-01-20