One of the hottest topics that the gaming world is currently talking involves the upcoming release of The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 for the Nintendo Switch. As it currently stands we have yet to receive an official release date for Breath Of The Wild 2 since the game is nowhere close to being finished. In fact, we have recently learned that video game developer Monolith Soft is currently searching for skilled individuals to be apart of their team in order to complete The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2. The first Breath Of The Wild video game was released back in March 2017 the same day the Switch console came out. Since its release The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild has won numerous “Game Of The Year” awards while managing to reach over 14 million copies sold worldwide. Looking for staff members to help with the development of The Legend Of Zelda 2: Breath If The Wild might not be too difficult. The question is whether or not the new staff members Monolith Soft decides to hire are suitable replacements for previous members who left the company.

Based on what we know Monolift Soft is looking for character modelers, concept art designers, and map modelers for the upcoming Zelda game. It seems almost certain that Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 will not be released this upcoming year in 2020. At this rate we might see the official release of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 in either 2021-2022 depending on how progress Monolith Soft has with development. Some would say that Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 is almost as far from being complete as Metroid Prime 4 is for the Nintendo Switch. But then again we have seen actual footage in the dorm of a reveal trailer for Breath Of The Wild 2 unlike Metroid Prime 4.

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