Breath Of The Wild 2 LEAKS: Zelda Sequel 'Breath Of Evil' And Being Revealed In October
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Breath Of The Wild 2 LEAKS: Zelda Sequel 'Breath Of Evil' And Being Revealed In October

Chris Trout
23 September 2020

New name, new fame!

Nintendo has been rather coy with fans about new information regarding Breath of the Wild 2.

The sequel to the popular Switch title was announced last year at E3 2019.

Besides a mysterious trailer, we've had little to go on and fans have been crafting their theories about what's to come.

Nintendo (sort of) broke the silence a few weeks ago with the announcement of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, a prequel to the game.

Now we may finally get some news on the sequel after new leak details a reveal date AND a new title.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of Evil?

Could the new game be called: 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of Evil'?

That's what a 4Chan post seems to suggest at least.

In the post, the user details a new Nintendo Direct will arrive that is focused on first party titles and big announcements for the year ahead.

Detailing games such as Pokemon Sword and Shield's Crown Tundra DLC, Super Mario 3D World and more.

This includes a Teaser Trailer for the new Zelda game.

While it's not a surprise to see the title changed from 'Breath of the Wild 2', it's a bold name that really stands out.

It keeps in theme of the 'Breath' storyline and also refers to the imminent ressurection of Ganondorf, who breathes once again.

It's important readers take this with a heft bag of salt as 4Chan is hardly the most reliable place for leaks. But it does reference a number of games we are expecting to hear about soon and Nintendo is well over due a full Nintendo Direct.

The name for this new title is befitting of the name and rolls of the tongue. I think it's fair to assume the sequel will not be called 'Breath of the Wild 2'.

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