Hyrule Warriors Set To Release in Summer But Only in Japan

By   /   May 7, 2014

Tecomo-Koei, makers of the Dynasty Warriors, during their investor briefing yesterday revealed their Dynasty Warriors and Legend of Zelda’s mash-up title Hyrule Warriors, which is known as Zelda Muso in Japan, will be releasing in Summer in Japan only.

Hyrule Warriors was announced in Nintendo Direct sometime last year as an exclusive for the Wii U, being developed by Tecomo-Koei, who will also be responsible of publishing the game in Japan while Nintendo will publish the game in the west.

For now, there is no information on whether the game will release in North America or Europe but we can hope for the announcement during Nintendo Direct set for June 9.

Yoichi Erikawa, CEO of Tecmo-Koei, revealed in the briefing, another large-scale collaboration which will release in Q4 2014.

There is no further information as to what this collaboration is, who the other collaborator is and which platforms will see the game’s release. We will have to wait a while to find out more about this secret title since Tecmo-Koei has not planned on a booth in this year’s E3, which takes place in June in Los Angeles.

The trailer for Hyrule Warriors can be found here.

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