Legend of Zelda For Wii U Release Date Announced At E3! Bow And Arrows? Not Link! Eiji Aonuma Teases Fans About The Mystery Character!

It is finally confirmed. A new Legends of Zelda game is on its way to the Wii U and it will offer a new gaming experience to the players.

This upcoming title is revealed to offer an open world environment that emphasise on exploration. However, there is so much debate with the characters coming into the game.

Looking at the trailer, a character can be seen riding a horse and participating in battles. This character is believed to be Link. Unfortunately, it is not.

While his appearance might look similar to the fan-favourite hero, Zelda’s producer, Eiji Aonuma, revealed that nobody official said he was Link. Eiji cut the conversation short without elaborating on what he meant by that statement.

The only way for the fans to find out is through playing Wii U’s Legend of Zelda. The game is expected to make its debut somewhere in 2015 and it will be the biggest Zelda title yet.

In a recent interview at E3, Eiji Aonuma of Nintendo talked fans through the latest Legend of Zelda title, which will allow deeper exploration of surrounding landscapes and not limit players to play through the game in a set order. Nintendo finally made its big announcement on E3. Zelda fans all over the world have been craving for this and without further ado; here is the presentation you’ve all been waiting for:

The brave new approach, Aonuma explains, is a way to re-create the feeling that we are playing in a large world, something that was lost along the way when The Legend of Zelda first transitioned to a more 3D style gameplay. Aonuma has previously spoken about what makes Zelda games so successful, citing their uniqueness and their ability to keep growing and improving, which is hard to miss when you witness the evolution of the Legend of Zelda over time. And the new gameplay footage in the trailer certainly makes a bold statement, featuring stunningly rendered background landscapes, an epic monster chase that impresses with its realism as much as its artistry, as well as everybody’s favourite horse, Epona. This comes as a surprise since the events that took place in Majora’s Mask, which saw the infamous Skull Kid getting rid of Epona. Could this be a twist in history?

The currently untitled Legend of Zelda addition will be out for Wii U in 2015.

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