"The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" will be released later than anticipated. YouTube/Nintendo

For the longest time, it was believed that “The Legend Of Zelda: Breath of The Wild” would debut with the Nintendo Switch on March 2017. However, more recent reports are indicating that the title will be released later on in the year instead.

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In the past few days, various reports have noted that production for the title is ongoing and that it will not be finished in time to debut alongside the official release of the Nintendo Switch. It was also claimed that the upcoming “Legend Of Zelda” game would finally be released sometime in mid-2017. However, if a leak by Target is to be believed, the title will be available starting June 13, 2017.

It should be noted that Nintendo has not denied nor confirmed this date, so reports are only estimates at this point. However, as one of the biggest retail stores, it is unlikely that Target would mistakenly list down the release of one of the highest anticipated games of 2017.

The delay, according to Emily Rogers of WCCFTech, is due to the localisation of “The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.” This portion of the production -- which will allow the title to be released in various locations -- is scheduled for completion by the end of the year. And while this might seem like the finishing touches, Nintendo will still need a minimum of four months to finish the actual testing of the product.

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“Breath Of The Wild” is currently being produced for both the Wii U and the Nintendo Switch. As it is highly unlikely for Nintendo to release the title for the consoles separately, many have thus assumed that June 13 the date to mark for both consoles.

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