Hi everyone, on August 30th, 2022, a new patent was approved for the applicant, Nintendo, for new gameplay mechanics that are heavily flight-oriented in what will be, the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Here is the link to Link firing off arrows in a multitude of directions, along with what appears to be a new Nintendo Switch SKU. Whether it is a Nintendo Switch Plus, a full on Nintendo Switch 2, or simply a Legend of Zelda-themed Nintendo Switch OLED Model, remains to be seen.
Though Paul Gale Network is a self – run website, I do have friends, sources, and those that help contribute in sharing newsworthy pieces, etc. Upon first receiving this pattent update link, it was just provided as such.
I may not know the whereabouts from which that individual who submit it, found it, but it does appear that Mike Odyssey is the first that noticed, so proper respect given there.
Mike Odyssey on YouTube has an excellent breakdown video on the above topic.
RGT85 on YouTube also has a fun video, discussing possibilities.
GoNintendo talks about the dynamic camera movement and control of Link.
GameXplain on YouTube with a quick video.
Nintendo Prime on YouTube does a nice job talking about this patent and other news today, including some awesome talk on F-Zero GX coming to Nintendo Switch.
Player Essence on YouTube shares excitement on the patent and other RPG, such as the Cyperpuk 2077 expansion.
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