April 19, 2024

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In a brand new interview with Famitsu, Nintendo has revealed there aren’t any plans for any DLC or expansions for Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. As noticed by Eurogamer, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma informed the Japanese publication that he’d “accomplished every part” there was to do on this incarnation of Hyrule.

TotK is the second time Nintendo had developed a Zelda recreation set on this area, with this yr’s sequel constructing above and under the unique world of BotW. Plainly means it was fairly sufficient for producer Aonuma and director Hidermaro Fujibayashi, nevertheless.

In a wide-ranging interview concerning the recreation, the pair clarify how they intentionally hid that the sport would have an enormous new underground to discover when selling it pre-release, and the last-minute efforts that went in to having the ability to seamlessly journey from the sky islands to the underground realms. And the way, yeah, they have been anticipating the terrible remedy of the poor Koroks.

When the interviewer asks about future initiatives (after failing, as ever, to get a straight reply concerning the sequence’ timeline), Aonuma explains that they don’t have any present plans to return to the Breath of the Wild model of Hyrule. “I really feel like we’ve accomplished every part we will to create enjoyable in that world,” he tells Famitsu (translated by Google).

Tears of the Kingdom offered over 18 million copies in simply its first two months on sale, and there’d possible one other billion {dollars} simply ready to be taken with an enlargement to the sport. However Nintendo goes to do what Nintendo needs to do, and including an enlargement isn’t a kind of issues.

Fujibayashi mentioned that he’s already enthusiastic about his “subsequent enjoyable expertise,” nevertheless it’s more likely to be yet one more reinvention of the Zelda franchise. And quite impressively, when requested in the event that they really feel overwhelmed by expectations for one thing “much more wonderful” subsequent, Aonuma says he and his workforce welcome it! “[The] improvement workforce don’t see this as a hurdle,” he mentioned.


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