The Italian voice actor might have interesting details The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 Point it out.
Pietro Ubaldi voices Daroc in Part 1 and has now been interviewed by fans Lega Hyrule (via RESTERA).
Warning: danger of spoilers
According to Upaldi, he recently recorded a dialogue for the second part. So this time he is not only talking about Daroc, but also talking about Daroc’s ancestors.
The Goron warrior had lost his life in battle, so it was unclear exactly who his ancestor was. He couldn’t (or didn’t want to) remember the name, though he clearly said it wasn’t Darwinian. He describes the role as “more serious”.
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Unleashed free speculation
Since Ubaldi mentioned it, fans have been busy speculating what that means for the sequel. Do these characters appear in flashbacks? Or can you partially play in the past yourself? Can we also meet the ancestors of Rivali, Mepha and Arbosa?
It’ll be a while before we find out, because at the end of March, Nintendo postponed Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 to the spring of 2023.
Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma confirmed in a video message: “As already announced, the adventure in this game will take place not only on the surface of the earth as in the first title, but also in the sky above.”
“The expanded world goes beyond that, however, and there will be a number of other features to look forward to, including new encounters and new gameplay elements.”
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