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Nintendo Reportedly Recruiting Level Designers For New Zelda Game

Nintendo Reportedly Recruiting Level Designers For New Zelda Game

Have you ever wanted to play the attractive princess, Zelda, in Breath of the Wild?

Nintendo has often been asked by fans whether Zelda, the clever princess who Link always seems to take a while to save, will be getting her own game anytime soon. The candidate will be responsible for game event, dungeon, and field planning, with emphasis on creation and adjustment. This job posting is also an interesting deviation due to the fact that Breath of the Wild abandoned the traditional dungeon format of numerous Zelda games, instead opting for a more open environment.

How do you guys feel about having a playable Zelda in Breath of the Wild?

That being said, it will be hard to make anything more than educated guesses as to what this game will look like.

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Since the Nintendo 64 era, the series has generally stuck 3D games on home consoles and 2D games on handheld ones, but there have been occasional exceptions.

At present, however, we do not know if Nintendo is referring to a new chapter in the development saga for Nintendo Switch, or perhaps a spin-off addressed to mobile systems (in this regard, remember that the Big N has declared to also expand in this sector). A faster turnaround than four years is to be expected, then, as the next Zelda project will use the same engine. This person will also work on enemies, suggesting that they will have a rather large role in the assumed next The Legend of Zelda title. What would you like to see in the next Zelda game?

Let us know what you make of the project in the comments section below.


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