Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 voice actors say their work is done

It appears like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is nearer than we thought.

The voice actors behind the Spanish dubs of Zelda and Revali in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and its upcoming sequel, have revealed that they’re executed recording traces for the sequel.

Marc Navarro, and Nerea Alfonso guested on Spanish podcast A Espresso with Nintendo (by way of Gamereactor), and have been just a little hesitant to disclose these particulars.

Seeing because the Spanish dub is finished, in accordance with the actors, it stands to motive that the English story can also be completed. Whereas this doesn’t inform us how far-off Breath of the Wild 2’s launch is, it signifies that the sport is nearer to launch than many would have suspected, as localisation sometimes falls in direction of the tip of a manufacturing schedule. It additionally confirms that Revali will present up once more within the sequel.

It’s value maintaining in thoughts that The Legend of Zelda video games don’t often have a tonne of spoken dialogue, so this may very well be a sign of the amount of labor slightly than how far alongside it’s.

Breath of the Wild 2 was introduced at E3 2019. Since then, Nintendo by no means talked about it in subsequent Directs, or confirmed off any footage in any official capability.

In an interview following its reveal, producer Eiji Aonuma stated the sequel will likely be darker, taking inspiration from Crimson Useless Redemption 2, the place its predecessor took inspiration from Skyrim.

Nintendo has not shared plans of an E3-style occasion this yr, however Breath of the Wild 2 may nonetheless get its personal Direct later this yr.

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