Like Breath of the Wild, Tears of the Kingdom was also a huge hit among the fans. The developer’s new twist on Hyrule was everything the fans ever wanted. It was a breath of fresh air for the fans. However, now it seems we won’t get any additional content for the game. Here’s how.
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Tears of the Kingdom Developer Interview
Famitsu did an interview with producer Eiji Aonuma and director Hidemaro Fujibayashi from the Nintendo development team. They also asked them a couple of questions regarding Tears of the Kingdom and other games.
They also talked about what they were gonna do with Zelda in the future. here’s what they said.
Interviewer: I see. Now I would like to ask you about the next production, which I am anxious to hear about……. Is it a sequel, a new setting, or something else?
Fujibayashi: I don’t know if it will be the next production or not, but I am thinking about what the “next fun experience” will be. What form that will take, I can only say that at this point we don’t know.
Aonuma: There are no plans to release additional content this time, but that’s because I feel like I’ve done everything I can to create games in that world. In the first place, the reason why we chose this time as a sequel to the previous game is because we thought there would be value in experiencing a new kind of play in that place in Hyrule. Then, if such a reason is newly born, it may return to the same world again. Whether it’s a sequel or a new work, I think it will be a completely new way to play, so I’d be happy if you could look forward to it.
Interviewer: I think that the hurdle that was raised with “Breath of the Wild” has now been surpassed again with “Tears of the Kingdom,” and players’ expectations have been raised even higher that the company will make something even more amazing, but……
Aonuma: Fujibayashi and the rest of the development team do not consider this a hurdle, so please keep your expectations high!
This interview really gives off the feeling that development doesn’t wanna play with Hyrule for the time being. This also means we won’t be getting any DLCs for the game either. But, we may be wrong. So let’s just wait and watch.