Before 2016 ended, Nintendo promised "The Legend of Zelda" fans that they will be releasing art from "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" until the game is released.
Nintendo has been making good on their promise, and recently, they released a new concept art showing details about a worker in Hyrule. The details shown included the foot wear, head gear, and the tunic of the worker.
A week ago, Nintendo also released a screenshot from another part of the game which shows Link sitting by a bonfire with what seems to be a merchant who is about to approach the protagonist. A lot of "The Legend of Zelda" fans have immediately noticed that the merchant could just be Beedle the Merchant from "The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker" and "The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword."
Aside from new art from "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild," it seems like fans are in for some great news as there have been reports surfacing recently that Nintendo will be pushing through with the initial plan to have "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" released as a launch title for the much-awaited Nintendo Switch.
There have been a lot of rumors circulating a few months ago that Nintendo might not be able to release the new "The Legend of Zelda" game on March due to some development problems that the team has encountered.
Recently, even known Nintendo leaker Laura Kate Dale has admitted that there have been reports circulating recently that Nintendo will be making their March deadline, as opposed to the initially reported release schedule of around June or in summer 2017.
Nintendo has a live presentation scheduled on Jan. 12 where the company will officially be launching the first hybrid gaming console, the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo will be sharing details about the Nintendo Switch, with a lot of fans, hoping that a list of launch titles will also be revealed during the event.