After a long gap of 4 years, Nintendo might soon have some news to break about the upcoming release of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2.
French computer and gaming retailer World Trade & Technologies (WT&T) has apparently leaked the fact that there will be a BotW 2 Collector’s Edition, and part of the leak shows the European price tag of 82.85 euros. The placeholder listing for the future Zelda game was first noticed by Nintendo news site Loot Pots on Tuesday and days after countless trusted Nintendo insiders predicted the possibility of a late-August or September Direct presentation.
WT&T remained tight-lipped other than the fact that there will be a premium version of BotW 2 and its price. The site mentioned the game’s release date at “December 31, 2020” but this is most likely unconfirmed as the retailer waits for Nintendo to confirm the game’s actual release date, left being teased yet.
The tech and games store is best recognized for previously leaking that Nintendo and CD Projekt Red teamed up to bring a port of The Witch 3: Wild Hunt to the Nintendo Switch late in December 2018. That turned out to be true when the RPG was announced for the hybrid console eight months later, which lends some instance of credibility to this leak.
The mysterious BotW 2 trailer that debuted at E3 2019 was the first and only thing Nintendo revealed about Link’s next open-world adventure. The company announced that the title was currently underway but hasn’t shared any updates on it since.
Half-baked information has led fans to speculate and try to comprehend every minute detail teased in the E3 trailer. But they could soon get some closure.