Posted on December 18 2017 by Jarrod Raine
In a recent interview with IGN, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s director Hidemaro Fujibayashi and series producer Eiji Aonuma revealed that they already have “lots of ideas” for what to implement in future Zelda games after releasing The Champions’ Ballad DLC. They spoke on their experience adding DLC to Breath of the Wild as well as the feedback they have received from fans regarding Breath of the Wild in general:
“I can’t say at this point if it will be in sequels or in continuations, or what form it will take, but I definitely have lots of ideas and lots of motivation right now. I think while we were working on both the main game and the DLC, it was a process of constantly getting lots of different, new ideas as we refined the game, and finding new things we wanted to do. Even in situations like this, talking to people and finding out that people want to pet dogs gives me a lot of motivation, a lot of ideas for things we could put into the game” – Hidemaro Fujibayashi
“What we learned from the DLC this time around is that it’s almost like raising the world or enhancing the world. In the past, we always had to start from zero again, to completion. Usually we’d be thinking, ‘oh, I wish we could add this, we could do that.’ What we couldn’t do in that game, we would start fresh in a new game. But because we did a DLC, we realized it’s a great way to kind of just improve that world, and kind of enhance it, and kind of raise it like your own child.”- Eiji Aonuma
But what do you guys think? What ideas would you like to see implemented in future Zelda games? Let us know in the comments below!