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At the top of that list is Metroid Dread, the first mainline 2D entry in 19 years, which its developer says will end a story arc that began in the 80s.
The Direct concluded with the first look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 since its announcement two years ago. The sequel will feature an expanded world, Nintendo said, and is targeting a release in 2022.
Finally, Nintendo will celebrate Zelda’s 35th anniversary this year with a special edition Game & Watch, which includes the original two Zelda titles and Link’s Awakening.
Nintendo E3 2021: All the news
- Nintendo reveals Metroid Dread for release in October
- Zelda Breath of the World 2 returns with new trailer and 2022 release date
- Nintendo confirms Advance Wars 1 & 2 remakes for Switch
- WarioWare: Get It Together offers two-player WarioWare for the first time
- The Legend of Zelda Game & Watch will celebrate Zelda’s 35th Anniversary
- Mario Party Superstars is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year
- Kazuya from Tekken is coming to Smash Bros Ultimate
- Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is being ported to all formats
- Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania has been officially announced
- Guardian of the Galaxy is coming to Nintendo Switch too