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There is a saying circulating on the Internet, questioning how much effort Nintendo has put in the HD version of the game. The Legend of Zelda: Sky Sword HD, The subsequent “Quality of Life Trailer” helps to showcase the various changes that should theoretically make the game look better than the original appearance on the Wii. However, you might argue that some of Nintendo’s messaging is a bit strange and slow, for example, relying on tweets to facilitate adjustments, such as greatly improved game save options.
Now, the company has officially confirmed and outlined some things that sharp-eyed viewers have noticed, including Jon Cartwright-Camera Control from our video team. Due to the mandatory Wii Remote Plus + Nunchuk controls and the resulting absence of a second joystick, which was not in the original version, in the new version we will be able to directly control the camera, which will help the game feel more modern.
Its implementation will be a small Depending on your control options-when using separate Joy-Cons for motion control, you only need to use the right joystick as usual, but when using button control (where the right joystick will control your sword and other Weapon), you need to press and hold L before moving the right stick.
It’s great to see it officially confirmed and understand how it works for those of us who are eager to play games or use physical controls on handheld devices.
Please let us know your thoughts on these camera options in the comments.
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