Full Download Play Confirmed for Zelda: Triforce Heroes

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

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Nintendo confirmed during their Treehouse Live presentation today that The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes will have full Download Play support (including all content being playable even if you don’t have the game). This goes along with the game’s local and online multiplayer, as well as a single player mode if you prefer a solo adventure. I’m glad for the single player mode, as the multiplayer-only design of the original GBA Four Swords game was a bit stupid really.

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This, along with Hyrule Warriors: Legends should help keep us busy during the rest of the long wait for the Wii U Zelda game, which is set to come out sometime in 2016. The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes is set to launch this fall, while Hyrule Warriors: Legends is planning a 2016 launch.

 

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