Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition is out now in the West exclusively for the Nintendo Switch! Including all of the content from the base game on Wii U, the Wii U’s DLC packs, the Hyrule Warriors Legends game content, and THAT game’s DLC packs.
Along with all this content, the game sports single joycon multiplayer, local wireless multiplayer, and the Breath of the Wild costume skins for Link and Zelda. This is the best and more complete edition of Hyrule Warriors you’ll get your hands on, and can play it in stunning High Definition on both your TV at 1080p 60FPS or in Handheld mode at 720p 30FPS.
With the immense amount of content this game contains, and with our lack of a review on the original Wii U version of the game, this will be taking us some time to get our review up and out – but rest assured it is in the process of being written!
What are your thoughts on Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition? Will you be playing this for the first time? Let us know in the comments!
Today was the day Nintendo spoilt the world with yet another one of it’s jam-packed Nintendo Direct videos, and inside it we were informed of the release date for the upcoming Definitive Edition of Hyrule Warriors coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch.
The game will be releasing in the West on May 18th 2018.
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition combines all the content from both Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors Legends along with including all of the DLC released. This is all neatly tied up in a glorious HD package to be played anywhere, anytime. You will also get bonus costumes for Link and Zelda representing their Breath of the Wild looks.
Just to pad out this news a little more, a new trailer was released for the Japanese version of the game, you can check it out below!
Will you be picking this game up in May? Let us know in the comments!
In a surprise announcement from Nintedo in today’s Nintendo Mini Direct, we have been given the pleasure of knowing Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition will be making it’s way to the Nintendo Switch this Spring! It will include all of the content from Hyrule Warriors, Hyrule Warriors Legends and all DLC sets from both games in one package!
Along with this being truly the most definitive version of Hyrule Warriors, which now you can play the Legends additions in glorious HD, we will also be seeing a new outfit for Link and Zelda. Their Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild looks!
We have no more information aside that, and a nice looking trailer (embedded below), so if we will be seeing a new Season Pass for this game for even more content, or the actual release date – we will find out in due time. Until then, get done with Fire Emblem Warriors because Link is soon to be back in town!
It’s getting to that time of the year again, now with all of KOEI Tecmo’s games for the year making their way into eager fans hands, it is now time to decide which one is your KOEI Tecmo Game of the Year 2016! Please put in your vote to the poll and we will announce the Fan favourite Game of the Year after New Years!
(Please note these are games that were officially released into the western market, so no DOA Extreme 3 guys!)
With the massive gaming event behemoth known as E3 coming up next week, it’s no wonder we will start to see rumours, early announcements and with this juicy tidbit an early leak. Hyrule Warriors: All Stars will be coming to a Nintendo 3DS near you most likely this year.
The game isn’t just a simple port of the Wii U version either (which would be impossible due to the sheer hardware difference of the two machines). The game, known as “All Stars” is in reference to the game having the entire cast of Hyrule Warriors (including the DLC characters) along with even more new ones added. Confirmed so far are the addition of Tetra and King of Red Lions from Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker. It is most likely more will be revealed later in the year (or even at E3!).
The game also features gameplay additions quite like those from the Samurai Warriors Chronicles series, where you can use the touch screen to instantaneously switch between characters on the battlefield, allowing for a much more hectic and hardcore slashing experience.
It also seems quite like most portable editions of KOEI Tecmo games, that it will be ripping cut-scenes directly from the Wii U iteration of the game. Along with other things such as the battlefield shown being Hyrule Field (the first battle in the Wii U game). There has also been confirmation on connectivity between the 3DS version of the game and the Wii U version of the game, so far showcasing that you can connect your 3DS game to the Wii U version to transfer over any / all the new characters featured in the All Stars version. It remains to be seen if these characters will be appearing as DLC or their own Pack’s on the Wii U eShop.
Check out the trailer attached and make up your own minds, but it is looking to be a solid version of an extremely good Warriors game, just on the go! Be sure to keep an eye out for more information during Nintendo’s Digital Event next week at E3!
What do you think of this news? Will you be picking up this edition of the game? Let us know in the comments!