Bill Trainen from the Nintendo Treehouse had a lot to tell IGN what was going on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 He couldn’t reveal anything new about the game itself. It was mainly about making comparisons to Majora Mask and whether the game was really its thing.
Trinen understands why this is happening now. He told IGN, “I would say it’s a direct comparison or conclusion to jump to at this point, just given what has been shown so far and because it’s a direct sequel. So I understand people have come to that conclusion, but at the same time – and I don’t want to go into That much – but this is their own game” He doesn’t seem to think it’s fair to compare the way Majora’s Mask is reusing parts of its predecessor, and he also says, “I think we’ll start showing or endorsing more of the game in the coming months so the following is likely to” It shows even more clearly how this game stands on its own and what makes it so unique.”
Finally Trinen also said, “This way [this sequel] It’s based on Breath of the Wild, which was already a complete game with many skill levels Link in the gameplay…I think this will add more to that. “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is set to be a single released Nintendo Switch Next year.