Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 - 10 Things Nintendo Must FIX

How to improve on the generation's best game.


Dropping out of nowhere at Nintendo's E3 showcase, we now have a big, brand new, high end Zelda game to nitpick and obsess over till its release. Get ready to start penning those wishlists and requests, as with Breath of the Wild taking the number one spot on many "best games of this console generation" lists, any follow up - let alone a direct sequel - is going to come under close scrutiny.

All with good reason. Zelda keeps setting the bar really high, but how do you improve upon one of the best games ever made?

Make no mistake, BOTW was a game-changer, establishing a new standard by which other games would be compared, and definitely influencing how future open worlds will be created, explored and interacted with.

However, like many games, it has its fair share of flaws/minor little problems that, while they in no way spoil the game, could definitely be improved upon.

So let's get the ball rolling. Regardless of whether you agree with the choices or not, everyone wants the best possible Zelda, and all eyes are on Nintendo to see what comes from the next few years.


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