Expected to be released on July 16 2021 exclusive Nintendo Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD was announced last February 17, on the occasion of the latest Nintendo Direct. The title, a remastered version of the original game originally released in 2011 for the Nintendo Wii, is already unavailable on Amazon.
The remastered version of this chapter, among the best of the saga according to many, has quickly become one of the fastest selling games on the digital store most famous in the world. On Amazon USA this highly anticipated remastered version appears as the best-selling game in the video game category, in the ranking of best sellers. On Amazon UK the title is currently placed in second place in the rankings, where only Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury (here our review) managed to do better, earning the first step of the podium.
Among the official pages of the Nintendo eShop, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is presented with these words:
This classic adventure has been optimized for the Nintendo Switch with smoother motion controls and the all-new ability to play using buttons only.
In this story at the beginning of the series timeline, Link must traverse a world above the clouds and the unknown wastes beneath it in search of his childhood friend, Zelda. Armed with his trusty sword and shield, our hero will face mighty enemies, try his hand at complex puzzles, and soar through the air on a majestic bird called the furrow.
For a few hours on the net rumors have become insistent that they would like more important announcements coming this summer related to The Legend of Zelda series. For some days, however, we have known how much space it will take up The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD on Nintendo Switch. In our special, we have also analyzed the differences between the two versions of the game, the original one for Wii and the one, in fact, dedicated to the new Nintendo hybrid console.