Legend of Zelda E3 Appearance in Question: Nintendo to announce Star Fox, Mario Maker, and DLCs; Symphony of the Goddess concert in Dublin this November
Legend of Zelda game updates have become very questionable in the past few weeks. With the E3 coming very soon, many fans are still wondering if Nintendo will be telling something about the title. Considering that the Legend of Zelda franchise is highly popular among gamers around the world, it can be excruciating to still not have an official word about it. This is in contrast with a concert which will feature the game's wonderful music, which has already been slated later this year.
As early as March this year, there has already been news that Legend of Zelda will no longer become a priority of its developer. However, an arrival happened to be leaked, which was eventually delayed then again.
This definitely shows how worrisome the situation can be to Zelda fans who have been very eager for a new version of the game. In a recent report on the game, the status in the Twitter account of Nintendo America points out that Legend of Zelda might not even be able to make it in the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
When it comes to other games from Nintendo, Star Fox for Wii U has been scheduled for launch towards the end of this year, while Mario Maker will be coming out in September. Other renowned titles will also be getting more DLC, such as Mario Kart 8, Splatoon, as well as Super Smash Bros.
Interestingly, there will be a symphony concert entitled, Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses - Master Quest. This will be a series to happen in Dublin on November 22, Sunday. Among the music to be showcased would be a four-movement work that will dwell on the journeys of Link.
More official word from the developers are needed to know the standing of Legend of Zelda game. Nintendo definitely has a lot on its plate, but it should be considerate of loyal fans by giving a concrete update whether this year will see a new game or if it will be in another year.