E3 2013: New Wii U Zelda Almost Came to E3

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

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The Legend of Zelda series creator, Shigeru Miyamoto, has revealed that development on the latest Zelda game for the Nintendo Wii U is coming along really well, and the company considered revealing it at E3. Miyamoto spoke in a recent interview, and when asked about the next Zelda game, he said:

“We’re also working on a new Wii U Zelda game. Work on that is progressing fairly concretely. In fact, we were thinking about showing it here at E3 but decided to wait just a little bit longer before sharing it with everyone.”

It is great to hear that the development has progressed to the point of possibly being showcased. Unfortunately, it seems Nintendo wants to save this game for later. In the meantime, we do have The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD and The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds to look forward to while we wait for more information on this new game. Hopefully, they won’t wait too long to reveal it. This is yet another game for you Wii U owners or future Wii U owners to look out for when more information becomes available. It will be interesting to see how Zelda Wii U will use the system’s GamePad, or how it will be incorporated into the puzzles.


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