The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD will be released for the Nintendo Switch on July 16. The new game is a modified version of the original game that was released for the Nintendo Wii in November 2011.
The original game was used extensively Motion controlThe Wii and Nintendo consoles are trying to simulate this in an improved way with the Joy-Console of the Switch. Joy-Cons actually became the shield and sword. By swinging the right Joy-Con, players can strike with their sword and the other can be used to repel attacks with a shield. Physical movements can also be used to throw grenades, shoot arrows, and use tools and other items.
For players using Switch Lite, who do not have Joy-Con controllers, or do not wish to use motion detection, Nintendo has also integrated the controls into the physical buttons. For example, the joystick on the right can be used for all kinds of different sword movements.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Not the first Zelda remaster. HD editors for The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess have already launched for Wii U. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD will cost $ 60 and a game style Joy-Con controller will also be available starting July 16.
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