The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has finished production and you shouldn’t expect any more content from the title in the future, says the game’s producer.
In conversation with Famitsu (via Japanese Nintendo), Eiji Aonuma confirmed that players looking for more content are going to be disappointed. The Champions Ballad, which came out recently to mixed word, will be the final content of the game with the development team now moving onto other projects. This sees out the first ever Zelda DLC plan after the release of two bits of content.
While it’s sad that not everyone’s hopes were met with the post-game content, it does put a cap on what is undoubtedly a special game. Breath of the Wild is now behind us, and seeing how its legacy forms over the next few years will be fascinating. I have a feeling it will be long lasting.
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