Nintendo are developing a exciting Zelda Project

This is going to be a breath of fresh air 

 

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Nintendo appears to be starting work on a new Legend of Zelda project, according to a pair of job listings.

First spotted by Resetera user guru-guru, the listings are for a 3DCG designer and a level designer. Neither reveals much about what sort of Zelda project the developers would be working on at Nintendo, but do have callouts to a few Legend of Zelda franchise staples.

This is going to be a very exciting and ambitious project, this could be a gaming project, movie, animation or live action for Netflix several sources have reported it could be a live action series which would be amazing introducing many people to the world of Legend of Zelda. 

The Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa has stated last month that he wants to see more downloadable content for Nintendo’s well-known franchises such as Super Mario, Smash Bros, Kirby, Splatoon 2, Donkey Kong, Xenoblade Chronicles and many more amazing games.

Nintendo is also reportedly working on a Zelda game for mobile platforms. Earlier this year, Nintendo finally gave Breath of the Wild an official spot in the Zelda timeline. For more on the Legend of Zelda, check out IGN’s 20 most interesting facts from the Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia.

Stay tuned for more information, thank you for reading, have an awesome day

 

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Date published: 06/11/18

Written by: Joseph Opoku

Source: (1) IGN UK [Zelda Project]

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