A Collector's Edition of Nintendo's in-development sequel for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has appeared online at European retailer WT&T, who previously leaked The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt port.
The Legend of Zelda fans have been waiting to hear more about Breath of the Wild sequel for more than a year now but Nintendo are yet to offer an update on the development of this highly-anticipated title. However, if the latest leak is true, then the wait could be over very soon and the full reveal of Breath of the Wild 2 is imminent.
European retailer WT&T, have listed a Collector's Edition of Breath of The Wild 2 over on their website along with some interesting new details about the game. The listing went live earlier today and it shows the game in two variants - a standard version which costs €69,99 and the pricey one for €82,85. Both are listed for a release on Nintendo Switch.
You may remember WT&T as a retailer who leaked the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Switch port before it was officially announced so it's highly likely that these Breath of the Wild editions are indeed true.
Sadly, there are no additional details about the game. The listing includes a placeholder release date and an RPG genre, which does not tell much. However, given that these editions have appeared online suggests that Nintendo could soon talk more about the game, we'll just have to wait and see.