10 Jun 2021 9:39 AM +00:00

Rumour: GameStop Has Received Legend Of Zelda 35th Anniversary Posters

GameStop may have been clued in early on plans for Nintendo's Legend of Zelda 35th anniversary plans. Only a day after Hori's newest Joy-Con charging stand prompted Breath of the Wild sequel speculation, we may have just gotten a first look at the planned anniversary posters.


Posted on Twitter by BY2K, they advised that GameStop has "apparently" received these posters, prompting further speculation that a Zelda reveal is planned during Nintendo's E3 conference on June 15.

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Rumour: GameStop Has Received Legend Of Zelda 35th Anniversary Posters

Using a Triforce-inspired design, you can see characters from different entries in The Legend of Zelda, going from the original NES game to Breath of the Wild. While this poster certainly looks legitimate, it's important to take all rumours with a grain of salt until we get an official confirmation. Notably, it contains some similarities to the 30th anniversary design, and you can see both below.

This doesn't necessarily indicate further news on Breath of the Wild's sequel is coming, but Switch ports for Wind Waker and Twilight Princess were previously rumoured earlier this year. With Skyward Sword HD releasing next month, we wouldn't rule it out, but hopefully E3 will provide answers.

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