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Rumour: Work on the next Zelda game has already started

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was a breathtaking masterpiece and the most impressive game Nintendo has ever created. It received perfect review scores from critics around the world, with fans matching the praise of reviewers. Setting such a high standard, begs the question if Nintendo will be able to match that same quality with the next Zelda game.

In a recent interview with The Legend of Zelda Director, Hidemaro Fujibayashi,(via IGN), he stated that team had "lots of ideas and lots of motivation" after their completion of the Breath of the Wild's DLC, Champions’ Ballad.

“I think while we were working on both the main game and the DLC, it was a process of constantly getting lots of different, new ideas as we refined the game, and finding new things we wanted to do,” explained Fujibayashi. “Even in situations like this, talking to people and finding out that people want to pet dogs gives me a lot of motivation, a lot of ideas for things we could put into the game."

Fujibayashi also stated that he can't yet confirm if the next Zelda game will be a Breath of the Wild sequel. “I can't say at this point if it will be in sequels or in continuations, or what form it will take.”

According to an article on Nintendo Today, work on the next Zelda game has already started. This time, the news comes via The Legend of Zelda producer, Eiji Aonuma. Nintendo has yet to confirm the news.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available on the Nintendo Switch and Wii U.

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