The Legend of Zelda Isn't Getting Any More 35th Anniversary Releases, According To Series Producer

According to series producer Eiji Aonuma, The Legend of Zelda isn't getting any more 35th anniversary releases. With Skyward Sword HD releasing next month, speculation was present but during Nintendo's E3 Direct, Aonuma advised "we don’t have any campaigns or other Nintendo Switch games planned".

It's a blow to fans who were hoping for further remasters after Skyward Sword HD, considering there's been long-standing rumours about Switch ports for Twilight Princess and Wind Waker. However, that doesn't necessarily rule them out in the future, but we may be waiting some time.

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The Legend of Zelda Isn't Getting Any More Anniversary Releases, According To Series Producer

However, there's certainly no lack of Zelda content later this year to keep fans busy. During this E3 Direct, Nintendo separately confirmed plans for a Zelda Game & Watch, featuring the original NES games and Link's Awakening (Game Boy). We also saw a new Breath of the Wild 2 trailer, alongside details on Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity's upcoming expansion.

If you missed out on Nintendo's E3 Direct, we've got the full rundown here. Zelda news, that gave us reveals for a new 2D Metroid game, Mario Party Superstars and even a surprise Advance Wars reboot, there was something for (almost) every type of Nintendo fan.

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