Earlier this year, Nintendo declared a remake of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is arriving at Nintendo Switch. We eventually got a release date in Nintendo’s E3 2019 press conference: Link’s Awakening will disclose on 20, 2019.
The Link’s Awakening remake looks September stunning, with energetic, colorful visuals that conserve the top-down view of the original. The last time Nintendo published a new game motivated by a classic Zelda adventure peeking at you, A Link Between Worlds, the last result was incredible, so we have high expectations for Link’s Awakening, which will be the main top-down Zelda title on the Switch.
If you have never played Link’s Awakening, which originally released in 1993 for the Game Boy, you are in for even more of a pleasure, as you will get to encounter the story for the first time.
As you might have huddled from the statement trailer (which you can watch), the story starts with Link sailing into a huge storm that vacates him wrecked on Koholint Island, which is protected by aa huge sleeping Wind Fish.
Through the course of the game, you will control Link as he unravels puzzles and fights monsters to collect eight magical instruments that will come to the Wind Fish, the only one who can enable him to leave the island. Link’s Awakening agitates up the traditional Zelda formula a bit, as it does not include Princess Zelda, the Triforce, or Hyrule at all.
Link’s Awakening is already accessible to pre-order at a few various retailers. You can check out everything you need to understand about saving your copy.
The Link’s Awakening amiibo is just so amazingly cute, right down to the incredibly outstanding packaging. It will be published alongside the game on Sept. 20 and will be priced at $15.99. It is currently sold out everywhere but GameStop and Best Buy, although you can also establish a restock alert at Amazon and other dealers.