May 16, 2016 09:55 AM EDT
'The Legend of Zelda Wii U' News Update: Fans Theories for Upcoming Gameplay
'The Legend of Zelda Wii U' still has a long journey to be released but many fans have come with theories and speculations of what could be next.
According to University Herald, the launch of Legend of Zelda Wii U is still in 2017 but these theories might be clues to the next quest.
There have been rumors and video leaks regarding the next Zelda gameplay as evidence shows a qualified source from where it is obtained, Designntrends has learned.
The Sheikah Insurrection
'The Legend of Zelda' Wii U will involve a hard-to-explain relationship between Interlopers and Sheikah. It is predicted that many Sheikahs will have the triforce power for themselves. To make sure that insurrection works in line, they must work together with the Link. Interlopers are somehow related to Sheikah because both of them have same symbol of eye. Link that sports blue cloak is also a resemblance of Sheikah.
Humanity wiped out
There is time bending power between Zelda and Gohdan in Wind Waker. It is also seen as Sheikah eye on the tower - both related to the blue energy which players can spot in The Legend of Zelda boss and the Link's arrows. It is also possible that someone has misused the power to do evil thing; that is why bosses are fighting against Link and the others.
Between Ocarina and Twilight
The next game might be somewhere between the Twilight Princess and Ocarina of Time. Noticing the geography of 2014 demo, there were locations like Death Mountain, Hyrule Field, and Zora Domain in the same spot as N64 classic back in 1998. The map also contains the Bridge of Hylia - an exclusive one in Twilight Princess.
The history of Link
It is said that the next gameplay will have a story on Link's origin. There were many announcement made regarding the game and this is related to the outfit that Link wears. The gear is related to Gerudo and Sheikah.
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