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The Legend Of Zelda Wii U Release Delayed Again

Since the teaser of the gameplay footage of The Legend of Zelda on the Wii U back in December 2014, the producer of the game has announced a new update of the game development and it does not look good for impatient people!
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At the Game Awards 2014, the producer of The Legend Of Zelda, Enji Aonuma had made the release date of 2015 was a priority. This was said when they released the most recent game footage of The Legend of Zelda Wii U back in December 2014.

After the release of the footage, everyone was keen to try it out on the upcoming E3 2015.

However, without any surprise, the anticipated Wii U game has been delayed once again and it will not feature in this year’s E3! This is because Aonuma recently released an update of the development of The Legend of Zelda.

Anonuma has claimed that for the past three months, the directors and the development team has found several new possibilities and ideas that they would like to turn them into reality and to exceed everyone’s expectation. This means that keeping the scheduled release date for 2015 will not be their full priority when they want the Zelda game to be the best it can possibly be.

Feeling Rather Impatient…

As much as I appreciate the time and afford that the developers are putting into making this Wii U game come to life, it is getting rather ridiculous now. The impatience comes from when I first heard of the Wii U console being released for 2012 and The Legend of Zelda was the top advertised game that has made me want to buy this console. Now three years on, we are still waiting on the development to complete! Hopefully the game will be amazingly out of this world otherwise it will be full on disappointment amongst time wasted and money wasted.

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Andy Cresswell
Andy is the Founder & Editor of PerformancePSU with over 25 years of experience building custom PCs, watercooling and overclocking. When his thirst for more speed is under control, he is a programmer and father of one.
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