The Big N, better known as Nintendo, has released new trailers for two upcoming games to hit the Switch. The two titles are No More Heroes 3, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2. The games are currently in development and will come out in 2020 and beyond.
Sadly, much isn’t known about the two upcoming games in the works and I assume that will change moving forward (especially when we head into 2020), but until then the newly announced titles remain in mystery.
The first game announced is Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture’s No More Heroes 3. The game still sees Travis Touchdown as the protagonist, but it’s unclear how the game will look (I mean actual gameplay and not the CGI trailer) and what he’ll be doing and who he’ll be fighting.
Nevertheless, fighting will be a thing and quick time events seem to be something too if the trailer holds any gameplay indication. Also, Mr. Touchdown will be entering the garden of madness according to the unseen lady on the beach.
Anyway, here is the official teaser or reveal trailer shown during Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct thanks to YouTuber XCageGame:
On the heels of No More Heroes 3 — and its vagueness — comes the sequel to the first Breath of Wild, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2. The second game sees Zelda and Link front and center, but it looks like the second iteration might do some things differently, but it’s all cryptic.
Anyway, from the trailer showing Ganon imagery to dark goo stuff, obviously a new threat will be present in the forthcoming game. However, you can see the new trailer right here:
With all of that said, Nintendo Switch goers not only have No More Heroes 3 to look forward to but Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 — with the former due out next year and the latter in development.