Legend of Zelda Wii U Looks Even Better than E3 Reveal, Says Aonuma

By   /   Nov 13, 2014

The latest issue of Famitsu Magazine featured a new interview with Eiji Aonuma, the director of the highly anticipated Legend of Zelda Wii U.

The Legend of Zelda Wii U was first revealed back at E3 2014. Fans were pretty impressed by the game’s visuals and Nintendo stated that the game will be massive thanks to its open world like environments.

Talking about the game’s graphics in the interview, Aonuma stated that Zelda Wii U “looks more amazing” than what they showed at E3.

That’s a statement which will surely excite all Zelda fans out there.

Legend of Zelda Wii U was already impressive in terms of visuals so it will be really interesting to see how far Nintendo can push the game’s graphics.

Furthermore, Aonuma spoke to Famitsu about the new enemy we all saw in the debut trailer. He revealed that its an enemy we haven’t seen in a Zelda game before.

Apparently, players will have to come up with some strategy to defeat this enemy while riding a horse. Is riding a horse necessary to kill this enemy? He didn’t say, but we will know more about the game when it makes an appearance at E3 2015, as confirmed by Eiji Aonuma.

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