Legend of Zelda It has been the protagonist of a major development in recent years, of which Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom are the most obvious and shining examples; But it seems there is Who wants to return to sin From the classic seasons and the product Eiji Aonuma He wanted to address this issue.
“I think we as people have a tendency toward that We want what we don’t have now“There’s a little bit of that mentality that the grass is always greener on the other side,” Aonuma told IGN, after revealing in recent days that Tears of the Kingdom would not have a direct sequel.
“However, I think the freedom that players have in the latest games in the series still means having a pre-determined path: the difference is that They chose him. “It’s something I like to remind myself when I think about our current productions.”
“But it’s also interesting to hear people say these things, and I wonder if they really want to go back to a kind of experience where you’re more limited in the kinds of things you can do and the ways you can play. From that point on I understand the desire that nostalgia defines.” “.
In fact, the evolution of The Legend of Zelda series has not only led to the creation of broader and more multi-faceted games, but also Greater success in terms of saleswith Breath of the Wild in particular continuing to rack up massive numbers since its release in 2017.