According to Aonuma the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Has Reached Its End
We recently told you that Hidemara Fujibayashi, director of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has “lots of ideas” for the future of the series and now, the series’ producer, Eiji Aonuma has confirmed there is no future DLC left to come for the GOTY winner.
Eiji Aonuma, the producer behind the popular Zelda series, has told the Japanese publication company Famitsu that the work for Breath of the Wild has finished. As such, fans can expect no future content releases for the game. According to the report Aonuma and the team behind Breath of the Wild are treating the recent expansion, Champion’s Ballad, as the finale to the popular title. They have stated that the last DLC provides the finishing touches to the game, wrapping it up perfectly.
With the development of Breath of the Wild complete, the team has now officially transitioned to the next Zelda game, and much like Fujibayashi confirmed earlier this week, the new Zelda title is in fact in development already. Although it’s unclear how far into development the next title is, it’s likely we’re still at least a year or two away from release. It will be interesting to see how Aonuma and the rest of the team build will build on the success of the Breath of the Wild, keeping the open world Zelda universe alive.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild launched on the same day as the Nintendo Switch back in March and both the game, and the console have defined themselves as forces to be reckoned with. Are you sad that Breath of the Wild has come to an end or are you excited to see what is still to come for the series? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and keep it locked for updates!