Nintendo announces new games' Zelda,' 'Fire Emblem,' and 'Pikmin.'

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This morning Nintendo announced the long-awaited sequel to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." It will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on May 12, 2023.

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"Breath of the Wild" is one of the best-selling games till today, selling over 28 million copies.

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The long-awaited sequel was hoped to release this year, but the release date was delayed after series producer Eiji Aonuma said that the team required more time to "make this game's experience special."

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Other headline includes new installments for Fire Emblem, Pikmin, and Mario. "Fire Emblem Engage" will come to the Nintendo Switch on January 20, while a new Pikmin game will debut next year.

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New courses will arrive shortly in "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe," while "Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope" will be released on October 20.

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It streams on a variety of international Nintendo YouTube channels.

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According to the Nintendo UK Twitter account, the division chose not to Livestream out of respect after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

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After rumors aired indicating that the Nintendo Direct stream was delayed after the Queen's passing, the title reveal of "Tears of the Kingdom" feels a bit on the nose.

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Nintendo has been playing around with the Pikmin IP, setting loose the AR mobile game Pikmin Bloom.

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For nostalgic gamers, the announcement of new Nintendo 64 games coming to Nintendo Online is incredibly thrilling.

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