More Gameplay Revealed At TGS 2020

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TGS 2020: Koei Tecmo, Nintendo revealed more gameplay, and plenty of new screenshots and artwork for Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity

Koei Tecmo and Nintendo held another Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity stream at TGS 2020, on the Game Live Japan stream of Famitsu and Dengeki Online. Just like the first stream, this new one featured Producer Yousuke Hayashi, and Director Ryouta Matsushita. Producer Hayashi said he’s pretty happy with the fan reaction from yesterday, and they’ll do their best with development till release. Director Matsushita is pretty happy everyone called Impa cute.

After a short quiz and an info recap, we got to see more gameplay. They showed a different stage slightly further from the beginning of the game, with Link, Zelda, Impa, and Daruk fighting. Note that we didn’t directly see Zelda gameplay.

The gameplay part focused on Impa and Daruk. Explaining how each character can use the Sheikah Slate in a different way. Time slows down a bit when triggering it too so you have the time to target the enemies.

Additionally, Nintendo published new artwork for the game, you can find it in the gallery below with the gameplay.

 

Zelda Musou Yakusai no Mokushiroku / Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity will launch exclusively on Nintendo Switch on November 20. You can preorder it on Amazon to support us.


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