With a release date less than a month away, marketing for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is going on full swing. Fans from all over the internet are wildly speculating what to expect from the game, and they think that this game might actually have Link talking for once.
Will Link Get To Talk?
Game Rant guesses that Shigeru Miyamoto and Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma had something to hide when they were asked to do a 51-question segment for Game Informer. When asked if Link would be saying a complete sentence in the game, Aonuma simply said "No," but he did also say that fans can expect some surprises from The Breath of the Wild.
Of course, the speculation seems kind of silly, but after years and years if Zelda games, it may be high time for the producers to make Link have a voice of his own. Fans can speculate wildly from the Aonuma's answer. If Link doesn't get to say a full sentence, it could still be possible for him to utter a word or be interrupted before he could say something - anything to make the fans happy.
Some speculate that Aonuma's answer could be some sort of ploy to mislead fans, but seeing the fallout of J.J. Abrams second "Star Trek" movie - where he outright lied about the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's Khan - it would be smart for producers to stay honest to fanboys.
Aside from Link talking, the producers also revealed other details for Breath of the Wild. They revealed Breath of the Wild's timeline happens after Ocarina of Time, and that Link will have a wolf companion at some point in the game. When asked about Link's full name, Miyamoto joked that Link's full name is "Link Link."
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has officially gone gold, and players can expect the full game to be released alongside the Nintendo Switch on March 3.