Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom could Nintendo announce and launch a brand-new console within just five months? (pic: Nintendo)
The leaked Nintendo Switch OLED may disprove theories of next year The Legend of Zelda game launching with a new console.
Nintendo announced that it was delaying the sequel to The Legend Of Zelda: The Wild, now subtitled Tears Of the Kingdom, into 2023, many suspected the company was planning to launch it as a new hardware. The longest-running Nintendo Switch Pro or a proper successor to the actual console is it?
In this week, though, one insider claimed the Switch Pro was real, but Nintendo has since cancelled it for any reason. They also thought Nintendo wouldn’t make any new hardware available in 2023.
The Switch 2 would, at the least, drop the next years Legend Of Zelda title in May – but images of a new OLED model appear to be leaked online.
While Nintendo didn’t confirm any such product in the name of the console, it’s reportedly coming from the Chinese forum Tieba, which has been the source of the leaks in the past.
The pictures are shared elsewhere, and if they’re fake, they’re incredibilly convincing. Plus, Nintendo’s record lends legitimacy to their own success.
Splatoon 3 and Pokemon Scarlet andamp; Violet launched with themed Switch OLEDs. If it were possible to repeat that for The Legend of Zelda: Tears Of the Kingdom, it would be fine for Nintendo. Especially since Nintendo released the biggest profile version of 2023.
We won’t share the images, but you can view them yourself through this Reddit thread.
Nintendo is odd at times, but despite its current ability, the company can come up with a special edition of the existing Switch model at the same time as a brand-new console.
If it were right, the latter would certainly eat into the former sales by having purchased new hardware.
This hasn’t been the only related leak this week nor The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Somebody shared media for Reddit last a few days ago, which revealed it was going to be mobile.
There are not any surprise multiplayer options, since the same material states that the game is only one player.
In the general public, it seems that if the fans don’t believe you can refer simply to a cloud save option and/or potential DLC expansions, what it means is its simple resemblance.
The Legend of Zelda: Thrillers of the Kingdom starts a Nintendo Switch on May 12th.
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