Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity is an upcoming Nintendo Switch that has been making headlines recently as its been confirmed for a release in Q4 of 2020. Based on what we know Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calmity the setting of the game is supposed to take place a century before Zelda: Breath Of The Wild which was released in 2017. As many people know the storyline for the Zelda series in general is very complex . There have been several prequels made for the very first Zelda game which was released back in ‘86 including Link To The Past & Link’s Awakening from ‘91-‘93. In fact, most of the games in the Zelda series that were made following Adventure Of Link back in ‘87 has been prequel to it or served some part of an alternative storyline; following the events of Ocarina Of Time from 98. The storyline for the Zelda series has been completely unpredictable over the past 34 years and largely depends on what happens to the main protagonist Link.

The reason why Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity is so intriguing is because we have no idea where its going to be set within the timeline. In fact, its still a mystery to many people when Breath Of The Wild takes place which has many people wondering about its upcoming sequel in the future. Based on what we know Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity will feature multiplayer gameplay where players will be able to choose characters such as Link & Zelda as they attempt to save Hyrule from destruction. Age Of Calamity will include cinematic cutscenes throughout the game to add its storytelling aspect while being pretty much like the first Hyrule Warriors title from ‘14 in terms of gameplay. The game is set to be released on November 20th for the price of $59.99 making a great holiday season gift for those who are huge fans of the Zelda series.

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