The Legend of Zelda Wii U was first unveiled to the world at E3 2014 during their Nintendo Digital Event, which had fans of the series hyped beyond belief. The game was scheduled to release in 2015 before being pushed back to 2016, and has not been shown off in quite awhile, but it sounds like they are working very hard to finish it.
We heard earlier in the week that the latest issue of Famitsu would discuss the now released Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, but the more important tease was possible talk of The Legend of Zelda Wii U, and thankfully we got just a little.
Series producer Eiji Aonuma was the one being interviewed in the magazine, which has been provided by Nintendo Everything, and was asked about the upcoming 30th anniversary of the franchise.
Within this interview, he talked about how they wanted to do a Majora’s Mask concert this year, but The Legend of Zelda Wii U is on the top of their minds, as they are working as fast as they can to finish that.
“We’re doing our best. Everyday we improve it bit by bit. It is something that requires plenty of time, however, so please believe in us and wait.”
There are a lot of questions surrounding The Legend of Zelda Wii U at this point, especially on if we may see a dual release akin to Twilight Princess. That news won’t come until next year at some point, but hopefully we’ll see the game again at The Game Awards this year.
- This article was updated on:March 7th, 2018