The Legend of Zelda shines brighter than ever on Nintendo Switch, and its console games are a testament to that. Thanks to the gigantic boom that caused Breath of the Wild, Zelda and the hybrid console support each other and go hand in hand since its release. For that reason, today we’re going to review each of The Legend of Zelda games coming to our beloved console in 2022, here we go!
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2017)
We will list one and all Zelda games in chronological order as they land on Nintendo Switchand that’s why we start with the biggest of all: breath of the wild. It goes without saying that this title marked a before and after, not only in the franchise itself, but in the world of video games. It completely revolutionized the open-world formula and delivered one of Link’s most legendary adventures to date. In addition, it should be mentioned that this title also has a expansion pass it will prolong our hours of pleasure.
Moreover, this title is still very much alive, and its gaming community continues to uncover new details and achieve feats never seen before. You may be aware of our full title coverage here.
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition (2018)
The next game on the list is about a curious case, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition. This title was originally released on Wii U and later enhanced for the New Nintendo 3DS, but that won’t be until 2018 on Switch that we receive its final version.
As in other games in the Warriors franchise, we can put ourselves in the shoes of a wide variety of characters originating in the Zelda saga and we will fight against an infinity of enemies to liberate the kingdom of Hyrule.
Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer (2019)
Cadence of Hyrule This is one of the most curious cases of the whole list, in the case of a crossover between Crypt of the NecroDancer with the zeldera franchise. In this roguelike title, music is the key for victory, and we must accompany our movements to the rhythm of incredible remixed Zelda songs.
It should be noted that this delivery received free updates and DLCs over time, you will therefore have hours of rhythm and dance guaranteed!
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (2019)
Link’s Awakening takes us back to the Game Boy era with a quaint remake. We’ll embark (pun intended) on a grand adventure to uncover the secret that Koholint Island hides while collecting magical instruments in challenging dungeons.
Considered a parody by its creatorsthis delivery is a unique experience where even Mario and Kirby characters appear. Be sure to experience the Ballad of the Wind Fish and bond with Marin in this dream adventure!
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Cataclysm (2020)
Thanks to Warriors of Hyrule; age of cataclysmwe’ll be able to rediscover the Hyrule featured in Breath of the Wild with a new approach. Similar to Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, we will be able to control a wide variety of characters and discover in more detail the events that took place 100 years before the appearance of Ganon, the cataclysm, in the present.
Additionally, this title has a expansion pass which includes new content such as new heroes and maps to discover and conquer.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD (2021)
Originally released on Wii, Skyward Sword HD It is the great remake that will place us at the beginning of the chronology of this legendary saga. With improved controls that are smoother than everwe’ll venture to the heights to save Zelda and find out how the great loop began that continues to this day delivering wonderful stories.
Nintendo Switch Online
Of course, we can’t forget the great Zelda titles to which the subscription to Nintendo Switch Online offer us. Thanks to its repertoire of NES, SNES and Nintendo 64, we can discover these legendary deliveries:
The sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2023)
And of course, finally, we can’t forget what the franchise has in store for us in the future: sequel to Breath of the Wild. Without a doubt, this title is intended to be the most ambitious Zelda adventure to date and it will be a revolution on the same level or greater than its predecessor. Pitifully, we won’t be able to live what he has in store for us until spring 2023but we are sure it will definitely be worth it.
And with that, we complete our run through all The Legend of Zelda games available on Nintendo Switch to date. The hybrid console is the ideal place to enjoy Zelda, and its large catalog of games is the perfect proof. What is your favorite title on the list? We read you in the comments!