Rumor: Spanish voice actors for Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 indicate their work is already done
Update: Despite GameReactor’s report in native Spanish (which was written by one of the outlet’s Spanish editors), it seems that the site may have been reaching. Numerous GameXplain viewers have indicated that the discussion was more of the voice actors joking around about embargos, and was taken out of context. GameReactor’s original report has also been updated to reflect this.
Original: Nintendo announced The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 just over a year ago. But given the silence since then, fans have been hoping to receive any sort of update pertaining to the game.
One possible hint regarding the project’s status may have come about thanks to comments from its Spanish voice actors. Marc Navarro and Nerea Alfonso, who voice Revali and Zelda respectively, indicated that their work has already wrapped up.
During the “Un café con Nintendo” podcast, the two seem to almost reveal a story detail about the second game, but quickly backtrack and say that they don’t know if they worked on it or not. A statement translated by Risu64 mentions: “There’s a lot of weird stuff surrounding Zelda in the first game, and also in the second game, which we haven’t worked on [laughs]”. Based on what was said, it sounds like they’ve provided voice work and are tiptoeing around their NDA.
Nintendo hasn’t provided any sort of release window for Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, so it’s unclear when the title may launch. With a full year of silence, hopefully it won’t be too much longer until we receive some sort of update.