Nintendo has just verified that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be the last to start with-get together activity for the company’s soon to be changed Wii U. It’s a bittersweet minute for die-challenging followers of the console — and certainly, they exist.
Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Aime told Polygon just after the switch event earlier this week in New York that “from a to start with-get together standpoint, there’s no new development coming… We genuinely are at the finish of lifetime for Wii U.”
Fortunately, the activity is on the lookout to be a hell of a swan track, and individuals chary of finding up a Change at launch will be content to study that the two variations of the activity, for Nintendo’s outgoing and incoming consoles, must be just about similar.
The Change version will run improved and at a bigger resolution, and some graphical outcomes will be improved, but the Wii U version will not be missing any serious attributes. I played an earlier version of the activity on Wii U this last E3 and it managed and appeared excellent.
As with other fading consoles, owners can be expecting a handful of other game titles from third-get together builders and the occasional update around the next couple months, but Zelda is generally the fork Nintendo is sticking in it.