Posted on August 11 2015 by Nathanial Rumphol-Janc
The Symphony of the Goddesses train doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon. Originally launched for the 25th anniversary back in 2011 and lasting 2 years in the original run, the show came back again for a second run titled “Master Quest” that will be running into 2016, the 30th anniversary of the Zelda series. It’s an amazing experience that I hope many of you have or plan to enjoy in the future. Today however we have some extra special news thanks to a PR news letter. The October show in New York City is going to feature music from “yet-to-be-released-games”.
It’s fairly safe to assume this would include Tri Force Heroes, as it releases shortly after that concert. However, the PR release says games, inferring it could be more than one. The only other Zelda title we’re aware is in development is Zelda U, something we haven’t heard about since the delay announcement (and if we really want to get stingy, we really have had zero Zelda U sightings since The Game Awards last year). The press release doesn’t mention anything about this music being featured in shows before or after the NYC showing, so this could very well be a one time ordeal (or, it could be the start of a new series that caries over in all shows after – we can’t be certain).
You can buy tickets for the event right here, which takes place at the Barclays Center on October 13th. You can use a coupon code “heylisten” for 15% off admission, but this also extends to all online merchandise in general.
Considering the music is often accompanied by gameplay and trailer footage from the games the music originated from, there is a potential there will be Zelda U and Tri Force Heroes footage at the event. The fact this was announced for that specific show could also suggest we may see a Nintendo Direct or some other form of reveal for new information as it pertains to either Tri Force Heroes, Zelda U, or both before that date. This is of course completely speculative. What do you think?
Source: Press Release