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Twilight Princess and The Wind Waker HD would also be a reality this year, according to several sources

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Twilight Princess and The Wind Waker HD would also be a reality this year, according to several sources

What more surprises could Nintendo be hiding under the throwing blanket?

After the night that Nintendo left us after its first great Direct in a long time, it is time to make more detailed accounts of information about what the company has planned for this present 2021. One of the surprises was The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD, which will arrive in July.

However, many users may have been thinking about more games for that reason this is the 35th anniversary of the Zelda saga, and because for a while, many things pointed to it. Although that can be solved during the following months that remain of the year, more after the launch of Skyward Sword HD.

Many of you may be thinking that this is something that can happen later than earlier, most of the great games of the Wii U era have also ended on Switch. Of course, not all, since some of the same saga has not yet seen the light beyond this console: The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess, both in HD, are available on Wii U.

The good news about this is that both titles, apparently, will arrive during this year, at least that is what several sources confirm us, such as those who told us the celebrations for Mario’s 35th anniversary. On the one hand is Andy Robinson, from the VGC medium, who was the one who said this at the time of Super Mario 35 Aniversario and Nintendo’s plans.

And on the other is Tom Phillips, from Eurogamer.net, also an expert in this area of ​​information. They both collude around the two HD games, only later and a few months later.

As for other games in the saga, The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 will see light in the future, but that’s all we know so far.

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