Earlier this week, it has been reported that the Zelda: Breath of The Wild will arrive in March in time for the Nintendo Switch release. It was initially speculated that the game will not make it in March but leaker Laura Kate Dale reveal that it will.
However, Tom Phillips from Eurogamer is now reported that the Zelda: Breath of the Wild will not be released in Europe at the same time as the rest of the world. He reported that Nintendo wanted more time to test out the Europe version suggesting that Europe fans might have to wait a little longer for the game.
We can be sure that the Europe fans will not be pleased if this turns out to be true. So actual release date has been announced yet but hopefully, it will not end up being so.
The new Nintendo Switch will be released in March this year and the Zelda game is suppose to be the game that draws in the first batch of buyers.