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Breath of the Wild 2 will take place in the same Hyrule.

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Xxain said:
It was announced as a direct sequence to Breath of the Wild. Why wouldn't it be the same Hyrule?

I don't know, guess people thought maybe they'd take the same rout as Majora's Mask, Phantom Hourglass and Link's Awakening. That's why it's kinda surprising to see it happen in the same Hyrule as Breath of The Wild.



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Mar1217 said:
Here's the direct quote :

"One of the reasons we wanted to create a continuation was because I wanted to revisit that Hyrule again and use that world again, while incorporating new gameplay and new story," he says."

What does this truly entail ? He could expand it, modify it heavily or it could have just meant the same world as the "same space in the timeline" just like Spirit Track and Phantom Hourglass where part of the same world as Wind Waker.

Yea i feel like he means the same hyrule in sense of the same universe of BoTW, like he won't say if the game happens in space or underground lmao he said he won't say anything about it. Zelda games are always deadly different from one to another, if it happens in the same map, it will be heavily changed or else the game would literally have been done by now.



Kanemaru said:
In short, it's just a freaking DLC sold at full price. I thought everybody got that immediatly.

Well, no thanks. I'm waiting for a real new Zelda, hopefully better than BOTW.

You already finish the game and know everything about it? Do you have the time machine? WOW



Kanemaru said:
In short, it's just a freaking DLC sold at full price. I thought everybody got that immediatly.

Well, no thanks. I'm waiting for a real new Zelda, hopefully better than BOTW.

double post, sorry

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I'm surprised there's any butthurt over this, never mind the sheer amount of it.

Wow.



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Medisti said:
This greatly damages my interest. I don't think Zelda has EVER done something this lazy before. Keeping in mind MM and ST were whole new worlds with the same assets and engine, and ALBW was 20 years later in a whole new engine. This is the same overworld and engine.

You don't know if it only have the same map yet



Insanely lazy game development but that's been their M.O with Zelda since Ocarina so not surprised.

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Shiken said:
Wyrdness said:

You see Hyrule Castle in the trailer it was a given its the same Hyrule the will likely be changes made anyway.

Just because it showed Hyrule Castle in the trailer, that guarantees nothing by itself.  It could have easily shifted to a neighboring land or a Termina type of scenario for the game itself, which seems to be what many people were thinking before this news.

That scenario is more unlikely than the game just simply taking place in Hyrule.



I absolutely loved the darker tone and the possible underworld aspects of the map shown in the trailer. There is even a stairway going down into the depths of Hyrule. Awesome!!



curl-6 said:
morenoingrato said:

Aren't you overreacting a bit from a quick line without context?

What's the precedent for Nintendo half-assing a main entry in the Zelda series?

I'm not saying it will definitely suck, just that this quote worries me as I want a new world to explore.

You're being overly dramatic though GTA and RDR use the same settings a lot and it's never been a problem.