New details have emerged suggesting the new and delayed "The Legend of Zelda" could be rolled out on both Nintendo NX and Wii U platforms. These latest reports have added to the speculations that have been ongoing for about a year now.
The Nintendo NX is rumoured to be in the developmental stages but details about the console are not yet available. The device could either be released close to the end of 2016 or early 2017.
New details of the "The Legend of Zelda" have emerged from Neal Ronaghan and Emily Rogers, Nintendo Life reported. Rogers is known to reveal insider news, which has usually turned out to be true in the past.
She had taken hiatus from social media, but seems to be back to discuss the new "The Legend of Zelda." She seems to have confirmed that the upcoming Zelda game will be released on both Nintendo NX and Wii U.
She further revealed that all the characters in the game, apart from Link, are voiced and players will be able to choose between male or female protagonists.
The report notes that the revelations made by Rogers could be the "next logical step." Nintendo already had voice samples for several characters in the previous games, the report noted.