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Nintendo Shows Off Quality of Life Improvements for THE LEGEND OF ZELDA SKYWARD SWORD HD in New Trailer

Nintendo Shows Off Quality of Life Improvements for THE LEGEND OF ZELDA SKYWARD SWORD HD in New Trailer.

THE LEGEND OF ZELDA SKYWARD SWORD HD

Nintendo recently dropped another trailer for The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD. The trailer shows off the HD graphics that will be a welcome quality of life improvement for both new and returning players of this entry in The Legend of Zelda series.

There are also smoother frame rates, fast-forward dialogue, you only get item information the first time you collect that item, so no repeated information screens this time around and you will also have skippable cutscenes.

Skyward Sword HD will be available on the Nintendo Switch on July 16.

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