Sequel to Nintendo's 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' In the Works

Revealed at this year’s E3 Nintendo Direct.

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During E3 2019‘s Nintendo Direct, Nintendo closed out its presentation by showing visuals for its upcoming sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Although the surprise trailer didn’t reveal much, it did assure that a sequel is currently in development.

A new Zelda game shouldn’t come a surprise, especially given how well the original title did on the Nintendo Switch selling over 14 million copies. What is surprising is that this is a direct sequel to a previous Zelda game, a franchise that usually tells separate, indirect stories each installment (with the exceptions of a few titles).

Check out the teaser above, and check out everything Bethesda announced at E3 this year.

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