Jun 15, 2016 11:07 AM EDT

Nintendo At E3 2016: Zelda, ‘Breath Of The Wild’ Trailer [VIDEO], NX, Latest Gadgets, Business, News And Games Announcements

By Jane Reed

Nintendo fans rejoice! The game tech company Nintendo, announced at E3 2016 the latest line up of games and business ventures.

The newest Nintendo line up for Zelda, called "Breath of the Wild," still holds the classic moves. Players will still play Link and hurl ceramic pots everywhere but it is, at the same time, different from the previous Zelda games. "Breath of the Wild" mirrors Skyrim, a role playing game that gives the player free reign to run around the map. Players can explore Hyrule in any way they like. Climb towers and mountains while defeating enemies and gathering ingredients for elixirs. There are over 100 Shrines of Trials that Link can explore. Plus, the Wolf Link amiibo capability is an awesome thing to have in order to attack enemies- though sold separately.

Another E3 Nintendo update, according to The Verge, is the Nintendo E3 live stream. This event allows Nintendo followers and players to aks questions about the games and products. Such as "Is Link never nude?" Actor Paul Rudd answers that question.

The big wait for Nintendo players happens to be Nintendo NX. It's set to be released in March 2017. After Nintendo's financial reporting, the NX platform will officially make its way to the industry next year. But the company has not released much information about it just yet. It's still an unknown device but it could turn out to be the Wii U's successor. It's a "brand new concept" for the company but stresses that it's a new console.

In other Nintendo news, check out the "Breath of the Wild" trailer that has been released earlier. The official game trailer for "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" from E3 2016 opens with a voice saying "Open your eyes."

Check out the Youtube teaser trailer of "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" below:




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