They are a very distinct group of people, they come in all shapes, sizes, and bandwidths.But, there's nothing like dating a serious die-hard Gamer.The image displayed is an in-store advertisement board that may have been snapped before a delay was announced, the board also confirms that BOTW is coming to Nintendo Switch, however there is no other date suggested next to this announcement.The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is supposed to be ready in time for the March launch, but a new report suggests it will be delayed."In early September, I heard rumblings that the localisation for the game was becoming more work than anyone had anticipated," reads a post by Nintendo insider Emily Rogers."They have to localise all of the game’s text, NPCs, quests, etc.More sources have now come forward and corroborated my information."They’ve told me that localisation for Breath of the Wild might not be finished until the end of December.After localisation is completed, this game will require between (at least) four-to-six months of testing."According to the report, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will miss its planned March release date and launch during the summer instead."As I mentioned earlier, this is one of Nintendo’s largest and most ambitious games ever.
Fans will have to wait until January 13 to have the issue resolved, that’s the day Nintendo plan to announce all the big news surrounding the Nintendo Switch, including price, specs and title launch lineup.
The best case scenario is, of course, that Nintendo moves whatever resources it has available onto the game to ensure it is ready in March in all European territories.