Back in March, Iwata mentioned that Miyamoto, the man behind the Legend of Zelda, was working on something special for the franchise’s 25th anniversary later this year. Since then, unfortunately, we have not received any more information about what Miyamoto could be planning to bring us to celebrate 25 years of Zelda.
Earlier today, Famitsu held an interview with Eiji Aonuma, to discuss the upcoming Ocarina of Time 3D, to be released later this month. While most of the interview was spent discussing Ocarina of Time 3D, near the end, Aonuma let slip that plans to celebrate Zelda‘s 25th anniversary would be revealed onstage at E3, in just a few days time. However, we still have no idea what Nintendo plan to bring us to celebrate 25 years of Zelda. A game compilation? A Zelda-styled 3DS console? Something relating to Project Cafe?
French gaming publication P-Nintendo seem to think that Aonuma stated that an unannounced Zelda game will be announced at E3 this year. Whether this would be referring to a remake or a brand new Zelda is unknown, but it’s definitely something exciting to think about.
What do you think Nintendo are planning to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda? Don’t forget to let us know in the comments!