Report: Older Zelda Titles Might Be Coming To Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Switch launched alongside with Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild and it seems that it will not be the only Zelda game on Switch as a report suggests that developer Grezzo is looking to bring older Zelda titles to Nintendo Switch.
According to the job listing, developer Grezzo is looking for developers who have experience in high-definition games and Unity and Unreal engine. According to the listing, the developers will be working to create a “Legend” game.
Grezzo has already brought both Ocarina of Time and, Majora’s Mask to 3D and according to a report from VGCultureHQ, the studio might be working to bring older Zelda titles such as Majora’s Mask, Ocarina of Time, and Skyward Sword to Nintendo Switch. However, until it is officially revealed, take it as a grain of salt.
Also, Switch users are enjoying Zelda: Breath Of The Wild which is an incredible solo experience, however, multiplayer mod for the game is in the works. The Zelda: Breath Of The Wild multiplayer mod is being developed by Fooni who posted images of the mod on their REGN8 Discord server. The mod itself, however, will only be playable on the CEMU emulator for the game since Switch and Wii U don’t allow modding.
Nintendo has been supporting the game since its launch with updates and new DLC but, there is already talk about the sequel to Zelda: Breath Of the Wild. However, Nintendo has clarified that the sequel is way off.
Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma revealed that the sequel to Breath Of the Wild is far way off as the development team is still thinking about it and considering the ideas for the sequel.
Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild is an open-world action adventure game developed by Nintendo for Wii U and Nintendo Switch.