Although the latest Nintendo Direct did not bring relevant news about the highly anticipated sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the Japanese company has found a way to please the fans of the saga by announcing The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD. The title will be released exclusively on Nintendo Switch next 16 July. In these hours Nintendo has dedicated a page of its eShop to the game, through which we now know that The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD will have a weight of 7.5 GB . Consider, in any case, that the free space required by the title could increase if a corrective patch is published.
The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is the remastered version of the original Skyward Sword, originally published on Wii, and it was the last chapter of Zelda among those proposed in a style that we can define classic. Below, the lines of text - translated for you - that accompany the presentation of the game on the pages of the Nintendo eShop, in the dedicated tab:
Take to the skies, draw your sword and experience the first story in the Legend of Zelda series. Join Link on his high-flying mission to save Zelda, a childhood friend who must face her fate. Fly between floating islands and descend into the treacherous surface world in this updated HD version of Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
Swing your sword and swing your swords to uncover and break through your opponents' defenses using intuitive motion controls. Link will match the angle of every stroke you make with the Joy-Con controller, creating an engaging sword game that is based on strategy and precision. Movements are smoother and more immediate thanks to the Nintendo Switch system's increased processing power and HD graphics. Take advantage of the newly added button-only control scheme, perfect for playing in handheld mode or on the Nintendo Switch Lite console.
Before closing, we refer you to our comparison made between The Legend of Zelda Skyward HD in Switch and Wii versions. About 24 hours ago there were rumors that they wanted two more remastered coming in the course of 2021 dedicated to the magical Nintendo series. Finally, here you can take a look at all the games announced during the Nintendo Direct of February 17, 2021.