Next ‘Zelda’ Game Will Come With Big Surprises Says Nintendo Exec

By Joseph St. James. , May 11, 2017 09:29 AM EDT

Gamers who love to play The Legends of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be happy to know that Nintendo has plans to make the next Zelda" game even better. The map in the current version of the game is already larger than its previous versions; and with the new form factor and power made available by the new Nintendo Switch, avid fans can expect a lot of surprises from this video game.

Surprises Sustain Players' Interest

In an interview with Nikkei Trendy in Japan, Eiji Aonuma, the head of the team that develops Zelda at Nintendo discussed some details about the upcoming sequel to the Zelda game. He also revealed some of his thoughts on why this game was well received in the west. Aonuma also expressed his hopes that the surprises in the video game's sequel will sustain the interest of its fans.

'Zelda' Is A Masterpiece

In this connection, Masahiro Sakurai, the designer, and creator of Smash Bros and Kirby also gave his thoughts on the Zelda game. He compared The Legend of Zelda with Horizon Zero Dawn. Sakurai admitted that these two video games are both masterpieces but said Zelda is "tiresome." However, he qualified his comment when he said the chores of Zelda" give him the most fun (and perhaps surprises) out of the game.

In his Nikkei Trendy interview, Aonuma admitted that the Zelda game is really big. Its map is much larger than any previous versions of the game. Apparently this makes it difficult for him to do any kind of reform or upgrade on the game. In addition, he admitted that any reform he makes will definitely surprise a gamer who have been playing the game for quite a while.

Aonuma also expressed his concerns about his inability to satisfy all the expectations of players of the Zelda. He knows the need to continue creating upgrades of the series. This is why he admitted that he feels the need to create surprises that exceeds the expectations of players of this video game.

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