New Legend of Zelda Game Gets New Features And Improvements

Recently, we learned of new features and improvements in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD.
Earlier in the month, we learned that Skyward Sword HD will include many improvements over the original game that was released for the Wii in 2011.
Among the improvements we already know about are an improved frame rate, skippable cutscenes and dialogue, and more. In the remaster, the save system has also been improved.
Skyward Sword HD already had an auto and manual save option, but now we know how it will work.
The autosave will work in the background as you progress through the game. If you choose to manually save at a Bird Statue, you can choose from three slots available. The HD remaster includes both manual and automatic saving, which will be welcomed by fans, especially those who played the 2011 original.
The free-moving camera is a feature that hasn’t been discussed previously. Link could only be controlled using one analog stick in the original Skyward Sword, as the game was designed for the Wii Remote and Nunchuk.
As a result, there was no other analog to control the camera. The most we could do was press the Z button to snap the camera behind Link.
Now that we have two analog sticks (as well as motion controls) with the Nintendo Switch, Skyward Sword HD now offers a free camera that players can control. The tweet below shows the free camera in action.
On July 16th, 2021, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD will be released for the Nintendo Switch.

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