It was also the most anticipated game by Vandal readers for this E3 2021, and it seems that in the whole world. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 has risen as the game that has been talked about the most on the social network Twitter during the Los Angeles event, becoming one of the most popular on this social network. During the Nintendo conference we were able to enjoy a new preview and a launch window: debut on Switch in 2022, both in Spain and in the rest of the world.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, the most talked about on Twitter
Nintendo’s conference was the most watched at E3 2021, gathering 3.1 million viewers at its highest peak. It seems that this expectation was fueled by the desire that players had to know more details of one of the most anticipated games of all: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, who will be in charge of continuing the adventures of the game of 2017 but presenting himself as “a unique game”.
So even though Metroid Dread has sold out its amiibo and the Special Edition, it seems that the conversation of the players has been dominated by Breath of the Wild 2. Thanks to a summary made by the social network Twitter itself, which covers the first half of 2021, the platform revel what were the most talked about games of E3. In the first position we discover the new game of the Zelda saga. We leave you with the top 5:
Even if Breath of the Wild 2 managed to conquer the tweets of the users, the trailer of Elden Ring was the most seen on the platform of the blue bird. FromSoftware’s new project took advantage of E3 2021 to present new details of his new job, after not showing anything since E3 2019. They also offered a release date: debut on January 21, 2022 on both PC and PS5, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, and Xbox One.
On the other hand, Twitter has also revealed which have been “the most tweeted video games” in the first half of 2021. In this ranking, the first place went to Genshin Impact: the popular title miHoYo has been one of the most powerful launches of the year, managing to raise 1 billion dollars in six months only in the mobile market. We leave you with the top of this category:
Japan, followed by the United States and South Korea, were also the countries that tweeted the most about games during that time frame. To know all the news and updates from E3 2021, you can visit the following link.