The runaway success of Zelda Breath Of The Wild must have gotten to the heads of the bigwigs of Nintendo that it seems they are now planning to migrate the video game into smartphones. Recent news update indicates that the game has overtaken the console in terms of units sold. Apparently, they see that their next move towards the top is to invade the arena of iOS and Android smartphones with this new game.
Nintendo Must Have Been Encouraged By The Game's Sales Performance
The latest news update suggests that Nintendo is moving Zelda Breath Of The Wild on mobile platforms soon. No less than a report from Wall Street Journal hints that the game developer wants Zelda to be its next iOS and Android game after the release of Animal Crossing Game on iOS and Android. The company must have gained enough confidence to do this because of the game's recent remarkable sales performance.
How Will Zelda Look On Mobiles?
Some gamers are wondering how Zelda Breath Of The Wild will look on iOS and Android smartphones. They know that the breathtaking graphics of the video game is amazing on bigger consoles. Matt Anderson, graphic designer, and illustrator showed how Zelda will look on mobiles. The superb quality of his artworks gives justice to Nintendo's decision to migrate this new game Zelda to smartphones.
No Details Yet On How Much It Will Cost
Nintendo has experienced moderate success when it released Super Mario Run, Miitomo and Fire Emblem Heroes on iOS and Android smartphones. These three games are entirely different from each other. FEH is entirely free-to-play, SMR can only be accessed through a $10 paywall, and Miitomo is a video game that uses an interactive social network.
Nintendo has not provided any information about how it will charge gamers if they want to play Zelda Breath Of The Wild on iOS and Android smartphones. There is no information about its release date either. The launch of Animal Crossing Game was delayed in favor of Super Mario Run. The latest news update says ACG will be released in the second half of 2017.