The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Livestream for Japan Will Feature Big Fan Ichirou Mizuki

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Nintendo has announced a Japanese livestream featuring musicians Ichiro Mizuki and Ruriko Aoki. The duo will be talking about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. 

Nintendo will also be showcasing the “Voices of Adventure.” That’s basically memories that have been submitted by Breath of the Wild players on the official website. Back in July, we found out that Mizuki-san was actually a huge fan of the game, even going as far as completing all 120 shrines. He will also talk about his experience of the game.

It’s possible that we’ll finally get some new details on Breath of the Wild’s second piece of DLC, Champions’ Ballad at The Game Awards happening this week, especially considering that the game has a good chance at walking away with some  of the awards it has been nominated for, including game of the year.

It’s unlikely though that any new details on Champions’ Ballad will be revealed during this particular broadcast, especially considering it’s exclusively Japanese. Perhaps we’ll get to see it in action though if it’s revealed later this week before the livestream’s scheduled time.

You can check out the Japanese livestream on December 12 at 9 p.m. JST. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available now exclusively on Nintendo Switch.


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