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The Legend of Zelda Artwork Revealed

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Nintendo is hyping up the official release of The Legend of Zelda by introducing its latest artwork on their Facebook page. Amazon also joined the craze by posting the artwork on the game?s page, so it couldn?t be any more enticing. The artwork apparently shows some cliffhanger images that highlights the vast expanse below.

According to Anime News Network, the game has been years in the making. It was 2013 when the developer started the concept. In 2014, Nintendo released a video of the game?s first ever gameplay prior to its original release year, 2015. Unfortunately, that didn?t happen, but now it looks like The Legend of Zelda is all green light and ready to go.

IGN said that The Legend of Zelda is also the only playable game from the Nintendo lineup at the E3 2016 event. It may not be something new as the game has already been featured in the 2014 E3 event, but this time around, it looks like the game has reached its Gold level and is all set to roll. Also, fans may be even more delighted to know that the game will also be on NX.

As for Nintendo?s scheduled activities at the E3 2016 event, they include the Nintendo Treehouse: Live on the 14th of June starting 9 a.m. PT; and on June 15 is the Nintendo Treehouse: Live at 10 a.m. PT. At the E3 event, The Legend of Zelda will be introduced as a dual release, being available on the Wii U and the NX platform.

In the Nintendo Life website, it appears that the artwork revealed were leaked images of the game?s promotional materials. With the artwork alone, you can guess how the game might include some ?vertical challenges? with some sort of climbing activities.

If you have been following the E3 event, Nintendo will hold streaming and live blogging activities to further deliver their latest projects to fans. Are you looking forward to play The Legend of Zelda on Wii U? Make sure to follow Nintendo at the E3 2016 event, and for more updates on the game, make sure to check on TheBitBag.com.

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