‘Legend of Zelda’ Wii U will Be Delayed! Poor Gameplay May be The Reason
By Mradula Mahajan | 1 year ago
Fans of Nintendo’s world famous, “Legend of Zelda” Wii U are going to be disappointed by the game developer as the producer of the game, Eiji Aonuma, announced that the release date of “Legend of Zelda” Wii U is again pushed back at an undetermined date. Read on for more details.
During the E3, 2014 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Nintendo gave the fans a glimpse of the the 19th major iteration of the top -selling “The Legend of Zelda” commonly known as “Legend of Zelda” Wii U. Along with the high-end game’s visuals, Nintendo also presented a superb game play presentation and at the same time. According to Christian Post, Nintendo’s producers promised the world that the next installment of the game will be released during 2015 but now it does not seem possible from the producer’s end
However, in March this year, Eiji Aonuma announced that the game won’t be releasing in 2015. He said that the organization is pushing back its official release date for the next year. It was when Nintendo EAD Group is also scheduled to release.
According to Design & Trend, there are rumors that surfacing these days that intend that Nintendo is going to miss the 2016 target release date of “The Legend of Zelda” Wii U as the upcoming game has given a to-be-determined launch date., It simply translates that there is no official date when the world is going to play the most awaited game.
If these are going to be the things, and the game will keep on delaying then there are speculations that “The Legend of Zelda” Wii U will be a failure . It was because all the anticipation and the build up for the game will work as counter and there are chances as fans won’t be waiting for such a longer period.
Scott Moffitt, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing, has assured the fans of Zelda Wii U that the development of the game is under progress and soon there will be an official date for the release of the game.
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