'Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2,' Nintendo Super Switch Rumored to be Launched Together
(Photo : Screenshot from YouTube/Commonwealth Realm) Is it true that Nintendo will release "Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2" together with the Nintendo Super Switch? Find out the answers here!

"Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2" will invade the market sooner. The twist? The approaching Nintendo Super Switch will also a part of the highly-anticipated release.

'Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2' Major Update?

Fans have been craving for Nintendo's announcement about "Zelda Breath of the Wild 2" on Nintendo Switch. But, the gaming company so far has no new announcements about the updates of the game.

During the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo held at Los Angeles Convention Center, "Zelda: The Breath of the Wild" was revealed together with its teaser video. Given the long period of waiting, it appears reasonable enough why fans demand a lot about "Zelda."

According to Express, the reason for Nintendo's silence could be its shocking revelation on the "Zelda" series' 35th anniversary, which started on February 21, 1986. If "Zelda: Breath of the Wild" will now be released, the first country to experience its gameplay will be Japan.

If that happens, it will be a huge birthday bash for the "Zelda" series. Fans could remember that last year, Nintendo released "Super Mario Bros." on its "Mario's" 35th anniversary so the possibility of its arrival might be just lurking in the corner.

Eiji Aonuma, the producer of the "The Legend of Zelda," said that the whole team is doing their best for the sequel to be more impressive for the fans. Eiji continued that it will still take some time before they make some announcements about the update.

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'Breath of the Wild 2' is coming out with the new Switch?

In the past year, rumors assured that the Nintendo Switch is always on the hot water. This 2021, the speculations went louder following "Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2" possible release together with an upgraded Nintendo Super Switch, which is also called by others as Nintendo Switch Pro.

On Twitter, gaming reporter Tyler McVicker said that the next Switch could be named the Nintendo Super Switch. Along with the rumored Switch, the launch will also feature "Breath of the Wild 2" as one of the Super Switch first games, the Comic Book reported.

In March, Nintendo Switch will celebrate its four-year anniversary since its release in 2017. The fans knew how exciting will happen when a fresh console will take over again the gaming market. Several rumors claimed that the Nintendo Super Switch could show up later this year or in 2022.

Regarding the leaked Nintendo Switch Pro, Nintendo said that it would be great if they will add more RAM or an enhanced GPU/CPU, unlike the previous version. The company added that the previous 'upgraded systems' were not used on a high note even though the add-ons suffice for the system.

It is noteworthy to keep in mind that Nintendo could prioritize the compatibility issues of the Switch Pro in the future, so players can enjoy the games without encountering any problems.

Game Rant noted that the next Nintendo Switch could rely on its improved hardware for larger game development, like a more spacious map and more refined effects and textures to run "Breath of the Wild 2" more polished than before. The framerate and the screen resolution update are also possible inclusions for the upgrade.

It could also come with bigger file storage which is perfect for the downloadable contents which eat some space in the hard drive space, as well as an OLED screen.

No one knows when will Nintendo reveal their plans about the "Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2" and the Nintendo Super Switch. Aside from the new "Zelda" sequel, a new "Pokemon" game and "Monster Hunter" could also come out.

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