Eiji Aonuma declares DLC for Zelda: Tears of Kingdom is not happening

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has proven to be a significant triumph for Nintendo, both in terms of critical acclaim and commercial success. In a recent interview with the esteemed Japanese gaming publication, Famitsu, Mr. Aonuma confirmed that the company has no plans to develop downloadable content for the latest installment of the Zelda franchise, unlike their previous release, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which received two paid expansions. Mr. Aonuma stated that the storyline for Tears of the Kingdom has been concluded, and the team is now prepared to embark on their next Zelda project, which will be developed for the forthcoming Nintendo hardware.

Famitsu: Now, I would like to hear about the next production that you are interested in. …… I think there are many possibilities, whether it is a further sequel or a new stage.

Fujibayashi: “I don’t know if this will be the next one or not, but I am thinking about what the “next fun experience” will be. I can only say that I do not know what form that will take at this point.”Aonuma: “There are no plans to release additional content this time, because we feel that we have exhausted the possibilities of creating play in that world. The reason why we decided to make this a sequel to the previous game in the first place is because we felt that new play was worth experiencing in that Hyrule place. Then, if those reasons are renewed, we may go back to the same world. Whether it is a sequel or a new work, I think it will be a whole new play, and I hope you will look forward to it.”


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