It’s official, Nintendo has finally announced a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild during their Nintendo Direct presentation at E3 2019 Tuesday morning. Not much is known about this Switch game, but the teaser trailer does show Zelda and Link exploring a dark cave together that looks to be running on the Breath of the Wild engine. Some are speculating that this could mean a two-player mode for the upcoming title. Read more for the video and additional information.
“The trailer features Link and Zelda venturing into what appears to be an ancient tomb, possibly under Hyrule Castle, where a long-dormant being awakens. It ends with a shot of the entire castle’s foundation shaking and beginning to rise,” reports Kotaku.