The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask are also coming to Nintendo Switch according to the latest rumors

The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask are also coming to Nintendo Switch according to the latest rumors

This year 2021 is very special for some of the most iconic and well-known sagas of video games, as we already told you in the report on games and sagas that celebrate their anniversary in 2021. One of them is The legend of zelda, which with its 35 years of life Nintendo may be preparing more than one re-release in Nintendo switch.

For now, and as you well know, The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword in HD has already been announced for Nintendo Switch, but it would not be the only one because there are many months ahead. During the last episode of his podcast, NateDrake – a reliable source regarding leaks from Nintendo – said that he hopes to see Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask (at least) in Nintendo switch before the end of the year.

He even ventures to say that other games like The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess will also be available on the console. This is not the first time that these releases have been discussed after the premiere of Skyward Sword HD on Switch, however, the mentions of Ocarina of Time Y Majora’s Mask.

Both titles also reached Nintendo 3DS few years ago, so at the moment it is not clear if they will return with a new layer for Switch or if they will be from those versions. For now we will be very at the Nintendo waiting for E3 2021, as they confirmed their attendance and may have some ad as such prepared for the occasion.

Meanwhile, many fans of the saga are waiting for news about the development of Breath of the Wild 2, a sequel to Breath of the Wild and a title that will be premiered alongside Nintendo Switch. Although for now, and according to Aonuma, we will have to have a little more patience.

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For now, and waiting for news, take a look at all The Legend of Zelda games in chronological order, since it’s such an extensive saga that you can always learn something new.

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