The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is getting a remake for the Nintendo Switch. The information was revealed throughout February’s Nintendo Direct presentation. The sport options an all-new 3D artwork model that celebrates the traditional top-down perspective of the enduring Game Boy title.
Nintendo did not go into element concerning the extent of the upgrades for this new model of the sport, however the first trailer does give us a couple of fast glimpses at a cutscene and a few gameplay, together with a wonderful scene wherein Link fights the stormy seas past the land of Hyrule. As followers of the unique know, the sport’s story sees Link turn into stranded on Koholint Island. In order to flee, Link should discover the island’s protector, an enormous deity known as Wind Fish. It’s an odd detour in Link’s lengthy historical past of preventing Ganon that is very a lot value your time.
Link’s Awakening, Zelda‘s first handheld installment, was launched in 1993 on the Game Boy. It was initially deliberate as a port of A Link to the Past earlier than the challenge grew to become its personal factor, transferring away from the land of Hyrule as nicely forsaking many components of previous installments. The sport was a serious success for Nintendo.
Here’s every part else we learn about this remake:
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Trailer
The newest trailer is rundown of every part you are able to do within the newest Zelda sport:
This is the trailer that debuted at E3 2019:
And here is the announcement trailer:
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Release Date
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is out on Sept. 20, 2019. It’s coming completely to the Nintendo Switch.
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Gameplay
We bought our fingers on this remake at E3 2019. Give it a learn for a have a look at the gameplay!
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