Nintendo is poised to reveal Switch ports of Wii U’s The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD and The Wind Waker HD based on a brand new report, with the announcement stated to reach as a part of a brand new Nintendo Direct in September.
That is based on GamesBeat managing editor Mike Minotti and the ever-leaky Jeff Grubb who, talking throughout Grubb’s newest Recreation Mess podcast (thanks VGC), claimed to be “very, very certain” the twin Zelda port bulletins have been on the best way.
“100% there’s a Nintendo Direct in September,” stated Grubb. “I feel there’s going to be plenty of Zelda stuff at this factor, I feel that is going to be a Zelda blowout for Nintendo.”
Though Grubb admitted there was nonetheless some uncertainty across the precise nature of the Direct – whether or not it will be a common Direct, a Mini Direct, or a Accomplice Direct – “the issues we have been listening to is that there could be some Zelda stuff there. And the specifics that have been name-dropped have been Twilight Princess and Wind Waker HD ports to the Switch.”
Past that, Grubb may solely speculate on what the Direct would possibly deliver, as soon as once more discussing the potential of an announcement for the much-rumoured Metroid Prime 1 remaster and possibly even the ultimate title for subsequent 12 months’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild 2.
For now although, it is a ready recreation till Nintendo is able to share extra.