The Legend of Zelda: Gaming Community Confused About E3 Arrival, Nintendo Focuses on Mario Maker and Star Fox for Wii U, And More

Ever since the last few weeks, updates regarding The Legend of Zelda have become questionable. E3 is on its way and fans are wondering if Nintendo will finally tell us something about this rumored title.

The Legend of Zelda franchise is highly popular among gamers all around the world and it’s quite painful to still not witness any official confirmation on it. This is however, in contrast with the concert that will feature the game’s music and it has already been slated this year.

Since March this year, there have been reports suggesting that The Legend of Zelda is no longer considered a priority by the developers. However, an arrival was supposed to be leaked but it got delayed again. The situation has gotten quite worrisome for Zelda fans that are eagerly waiting for a new update.

Meanwhile, Nintendo America’s Twitter account reports that The Legend of Zelda might not even make it to E3 this year. However, other games from Nintendo like Star Fox for Wii U has been scheduled for a launch in the end of this year and reports indicate that Mario Maker will release on September.

There are other popular titles that will more DLCs like Splatoon, Mario Kart 8 and Super Mario Bros. Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest is a symphony concert that will definitely take place. It will take place in the form of series, scheduled for 22nd November, Sunday in Dublin.

A four-movement work pertaining to the journeys of Link will be among the music to be showcased. We need more official reports from the makers in order to know where The Legend of Zelda currently stands. Even though Nintendo has a lot on its plate, it should consider its fans and decide whether to release it this year or the next.

The Legend of Zelda for the Wii U is one of the most highly anticipated games for this console. The game stands at a controversial position in relation to the upcoming E3 Expo. There are chances that it will be missing from Nintendo E3 2015 Direct Presentation.

In spite of the company’s affirmation regarding this fact, speculations are currently suggesting otherwise. The controversies began when Nintendo announced that they are no longer making it a priority to release The Legend of Zelda for Wii U this year.Even after a statement like that, most Zelda fans and gamers have refused to believe that Nintendo won’t be highlighting one of the most desired titles for the Wii U at the World’s biggest industry event.