Nintendo held its E3 Direct on Tuesday, showcasing several upcoming games, as well as some revisits to past franchises that Nintendo fans love. Remasters for Super Monkey Ball and a remake for Advanced Wars are planned, as well as DLC for games like Hyrule Warriors. That’s not all, though; Nintendo also shared new details about the sequel to 2017’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Currently referred to by most as Breath of the Wild 2, the sequel will include the same open-world gameplay as the original, but with some added abilities and new areas to explore. The footage showcased some of the new weapons and powers that protagonist Link will have at his disposal, while also giving players a glimpse at several floating islands they will be able to explore. Nintendo hasn’t given an official release date just yet, but it did say that it is striving to drop the game in 2022.