One of the voice actors of Breath Of The Wild 2 may have revealed new plot details

One of the voice actors of Breath Of The Wild 2 may have revealed new plot details

The release of Breath Of The Wild 2 has been delayed until 2023, and while this is disappointing, it also gives us a chance to learn more about the sequel's plot.
And we may have just learned a lot more about Link, who we see in the Breath of the Wild 2 trailers, and how he relates to Hyrule Hero.Lega Hyrule, an Italian Zelda fan site, recently spoke with Italian voice actor Daruca, Pietro Ubaldi.
Although Ubaldi could not recall many details, he did say that in Breath of the Wild 2 he will play one of Daruk's ancestors.
\"Yes, whose name I unfortunately can't remember,\" Ubaldi replied when asked about Daruk's ancestor, adding that this ancestor will be \"a little more serious\" than Daruk.
Ubaldi also confirmed that work on the Italian dubbing is well underway, which means that development of Breath of the Wild 2 is likely in its final stages.Lega Hyrule speculates that the fact that a Daruk ancestor will appear in Breath of the Wild 2 could mean that the game will be set 10,000 years ago during the Great Disaster.
And if this is true, then Link, who we see in the Breath of the Wild trailers, is actually the Ancient Hero.
The other option is that Link goes back in time to the Great Disaster era, which paradoxically makes the Ancient Hero and Link from Breath of the Wild the same person.No word yet on when Breath of the Wild 2 will be released other than next year, so we have plenty of time to speculate on which option will prove correct.Meanwhile, several analysts at Digital Foundry have also suggested that the Breath of the Wild 2 trailers were not filmed on the base Nintendo Switch console.
Frame rates, drawing distance, atmospheric effects rendering, and other graphical metrics all seemed far above what the Switch was capable of in Breath of the Wild, leading analysts to speculate that the trailers were shot on an entirely new console - perhaps even the long-discussed Switch Pro.

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