Since the announcement of the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 the sequel, at the last E3, Nintendo has left us in the dark. They haven’t shared any details of the upcoming sequel game with us, no forthcoming features, or information about the story.
However, this lack of information has left the internet mulling over the rumors. Whether these rumors are real or not, time will tell with either leaked information or the actual release of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2.
There is even a rumor that implies that the game is going to be delayed until next year; however, don’t be too quick to judge, as Nintendo hasn’t officially confirmed that. The rumors that interest us today are regarding the game’s story and its gameplay, so let’s stop wasting time and proceed.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 – Story and Gameplay
First things first, the following rumors are from Reddit. The source seems to be reliable as the leaker states, but it’s still just an unofficial rumor. The Breath of the Wild 2 will feature Zelda and Link rebuilding Hyrule, and in the meantime, they are also dealing with a new danger. The rumor suggests that Ganon won’t be back, which is quite intriguing. And if this piece of info didn’t catch your attention, the next one will certainly will. The leaker also shares that Link will get flashback sequences before he slept for 100 years, and the cool part is that these flashbacks are going to be playable.
But all our eagerness and curiosity will be satisfied at the E3, hopefully soon enough. We cannot keep going with the rumors, and we need the truth. Of course, all of this should be taken with a grain of salt like any rumor. That said, hopefully, we won’t have to rely on stories for much longer. While the sequel will probably not pop up at any direct anytime soon, it will almost certainly be at E3.
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