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The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 Voice Work Not Finished?

One of the games that has certainly attracted the attention of fans around the world, is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, a game shown in a special video during Nintendo Direct last year.

Recently the idea of ​​a close completion of the project has made confusion in everyone’s mind, but it would seem that this is not fully confirmed. In the podcast of Un Café Con Nintendo, in fact, the voice actors Marc Navarro and Nerea Alfonso (voices of Revali and Zelda), when asked about the work around The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild 2, did not give any official confirmation against what was previously hypothesized in this regard, declaring that everything had been misrepresented.

The production and creation of the aforementioned sequel began, indicatively, around 2018 and then showed itself the following year. For now, therefore, we do not have too many details on this new sequel, unless we consider a whole set of rumors that have been around for a while.

Eiji Aonuma (producer of the game), for example, has denied that a cooperative mode will be included in the gameplay, and also the fact that we will have the opportunity to play as Zelda. Furthermore, there has been talk of a certain general “linearity”, at least initially, as a return to the “classic format” with some dungeons and the presence of underground settings.

Certainly, the desire to see a title like this near completion has inspired everyone’s imagination, however leading to a clarification that could make us reflect on the weight and importance of understanding, of “reading”, what the workers in the sector have to say, we should not get lost in hasty conclusions.

We just have to wait for more concrete details from Nintendo itself, and from all those who are giving life and shape to this new The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2.

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