Difference between revisions of "The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD"

From Zelda Dungeon Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Want an adless experience? Log in or Create an account.
Line 22: Line 22:
  
 
{{quote|Originally released in 2011 for the Wii system, and depicting the earliest story in the series’ timeline – as well as the creation of the Master Sword itself – The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword game now arrives on Nintendo Switch with smoother and more intuitive controls, in addition to improved framerate and graphics. In this enhanced version of the game, running at a smooth 60 frames per second, you can choose to play using motion control with the two Joy-Con controllers in a similar way to the original, or use newly added button-only controls to play the game with the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, in handheld mode or using a Nintendo Switch Lite system. A set of themed Joy-Con controllers will also be released alongside the game: the right Joy-Con controller is themed after the Master Sword, while the left features the Hylian Shield motif. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, and the themed Joy-Con, launch separately for Nintendo Switch on July 16.|Press Release}}
 
{{quote|Originally released in 2011 for the Wii system, and depicting the earliest story in the series’ timeline – as well as the creation of the Master Sword itself – The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword game now arrives on Nintendo Switch with smoother and more intuitive controls, in addition to improved framerate and graphics. In this enhanced version of the game, running at a smooth 60 frames per second, you can choose to play using motion control with the two Joy-Con controllers in a similar way to the original, or use newly added button-only controls to play the game with the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, in handheld mode or using a Nintendo Switch Lite system. A set of themed Joy-Con controllers will also be released alongside the game: the right Joy-Con controller is themed after the Master Sword, while the left features the Hylian Shield motif. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, and the themed Joy-Con, launch separately for Nintendo Switch on July 16.|Press Release}}
 
  
 
==Media==
 
==Media==
Line 31: Line 30:
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
  
<!--
 
 
===Pre-release screenshots===
 
===Pre-release screenshots===
 
<gallery widths=160 heights=90>
 
<gallery widths=160 heights=90>
 +
File:Loftwings - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Skyloft - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link and Zelda in front of Goddess Statue - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Skyloft Link - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Skyloft Zelda - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Zelda Ceremony of the Goddess Link handhold - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Zelda Ceremony of the Goddess Link intimidated - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link and Zelda fly on Loftwings - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link and Zelda falling - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Skydiving to Faron - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Sailcloth Sealed Grounds - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Wooden Shield Bokoblin Faron Woods - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Wooden Shield Climb Faron Woods - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Wooden Shield Forest Octorok - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Iron Shield Moblin Faron Woods - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Fi sparkle Earth Temple spring - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Eldin Volcano Moblin Draw Bow - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Eldin Volcano Moblin Shoot - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Moldarach - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Moldarach vs Link - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Giant Ball running from - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Giant Ball running on - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link vs Ghirahim Fire Sanctuary - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Zelda Goddess Link kneels- SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Sky Stag Beetle - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Upgrade System Scattershot Gondo - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Gust Bellows Light Tower - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Divine Shield Swim Flooded Faron Woods - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Goddess Shield swipe - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Goddess Shield Scervo - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Link Goddess White Sword Lizalfos - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Master Sword Pedestal Temple of Hylia Link places Sword - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 +
File:Master Sword Pedestal Temple of Hylia - SSHD prerelease screenshot.png
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
-->
 
  
 
===Videos===
 
===Videos===

Revision as of 19:20, February 18, 2021

This article describes a subject regarding a game that has not yet been released. It is therefore subject to change.
The release date has passed or is incorrect. Please either remove this notice or update the release date.
This article is a stub. You can help the Zelda Dungeon Wiki by expanding it.
Skyward Sword HD
SSHD Logo blue bg.png
SSHD NOA cover.png
Release

Platform

Date

🌎 July 16, 2021

Credits

Publisher

Producer

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is a remaster of Skyward Sword for Nintendo Switch. Announced in the February 17th, 2021 Nintendo Direct; it is due for release on July 16th, 2021.

"Originally released in 2011 for the Wii system, and depicting the earliest story in the series’ timeline – as well as the creation of the Master Sword itself – The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword game now arrives on Nintendo Switch with smoother and more intuitive controls, in addition to improved framerate and graphics. In this enhanced version of the game, running at a smooth 60 frames per second, you can choose to play using motion control with the two Joy-Con controllers in a similar way to the original, or use newly added button-only controls to play the game with the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, in handheld mode or using a Nintendo Switch Lite system. A set of themed Joy-Con controllers will also be released alongside the game: the right Joy-Con controller is themed after the Master Sword, while the left features the Hylian Shield motif. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, and the themed Joy-Con, launch separately for Nintendo Switch on July 16."

— Press Release

Media

Scene art and logos

Pre-release screenshots

Videos


Announcement trailer