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Monolith Soft confirms a “major expansion” of staff as they continue to work on Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2



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It appears that Monolith Soft continues to work hard alongside Nintendo on Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2. So we have been able to know today through the company itself.

After confirming its collaboration with Nintendo to work on the development of this long-awaited sequel and other games such as the titles Xenoblade, Splatoon 2, or Animal Crossing: New Horizons, now, Monolith Soft has confirmed a great expansion of personnel for its studio in Kyoto, adding 40 job offers on its official website.

Several of these jobs include references to The Legend of Zelda franchise, so they seem to correspond to positions for the development of Breath of the Wild 2. This comes as no surprise considering it’s a large-scale project and requires a lot of staff.

It’s certainly good news that people are still being recruited for its development, although we’d also like to know when we’ll be able to find out what’s new. Remember that, since the announcement at E3 2019, we’ve barely had any more news. Nintendo confirmed earlier this year that the development of the sequel is going well and that they hoped to share news in the coming months.

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