2022 was a stacked year until those 16 big games were delayed

Link is running to finish BOTW 2 so it won't be delayed again.

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It’s hard to imagine at this point, but early 2022 may be shaping up to be one of the best years in gaming in a long time. The stars aligned and so did the tears. The Tears of the Kingdom, to be precise. Nintendo seemed finally ready to deliver another breakthrough zelda game for time. It was repeatedly listed as “Coming 2022” in the investor presentations and trailers. But it never came. Instead of this, it got a new name and a delay.

Tears of the Kingdomthat grew out of one breath of the wild The DLC idea will have taken as long to come out next year as it did breath of the wild did the following Skyward Sword‘s belated debut on the Wii. On the plus side, we could potentially get two franchise-defining ones zelda Play on a single console generation. A great achievement for Nintendo, but an absolutely miserable prospect for the rapidly aging graphics chip that powers my Switch.

Reason for the delay: “to make this gaming experience special”

New release date: May 5, 2023

https://kotaku.com/game-releases-delays-2023-botw2-starfield-suicide-squad-1849840981 2022 was a stacked year until those 16 big games were delayed

Curtis Crabtree

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