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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:59am 23/06/14 | 0 Comments
There's no denying the sexiness of that E3 Legend of Zelda tease. And series lead Eiji Aonuma's comments about this next installment being more open-world than ever before are more than enough to have fans (like myself) champing at the bit, but what if multiplayer were also introduced?

In an interview with Game Informer, the famed Zelda lead suggested that the various teams' dabbling with multiplayer in offshoot Zelda titles could have been doing so to test the waters for multiplayer coming into the main series proper, in the near future.

"When I was talking back about making Zelda more than just a single-player experience? That’s something you will see in the future, maybe next year," Aonuma-san told Game Informer.

So what do you think? Would you like to see co-op in Zelda, or maybe competitive multiplayer? Or should they stay true to the series and not overextend their resources, focusing instead of giving us a game we all want, in a decent time-frame?

Also, here's that E3 teaser for you again, just in case you missed it.









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