How many times did YOU see Avatar 2 when it came out? Well now you can watch it even more as it has been released digitally. Can you beat Bryan’s view count? Also, we’ve got news about ‘Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom,’ more Star Trek, and more E3 dropouts.
Nintendo showcases new details and special edition Switch OLED for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Yesterday Producer of The Legend of Zelda series Eiji Aonuma hosted a brief Nintendo Direct showcase of the upcoming sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Included were reveals of new abilities like fusion and ascension, new enemies, and a beautiful special edition Switch OLED console available April 28th. -Joel
In a further sign of e3’s dwindling influence on the video game industry, publishers Sega and Tencent have announced they will not attend this year’s annual conference, following in the footsteps of Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, and Ubisoft. You can still expect these industry giants to hold their own separate presentation of their upcoming games and surprise announcements during the e3 week, but the days of large convention shows may be coming to a close. -Joel
Once the gaming event of the year, E3 struggles to keep any publisher part of the event. -Bryan
Yes, I already watched it. -Bryan
New Seasons of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and Star Trek: Lower Decks to Premiere Globally This Summer
Strange New Worlds and Lower Decks premiere dates announced… and they get renewals for another 10 episode season each. -Matt
Well, there you have it – a bite-sized look at the news from yesterday that we here at After the Hype found important. I don’t suppose you have thoughts on any of these stories, do you? Because if you did I would like to recommend you let us know over at our discord. Similarly, if you’ve found some interesting news in the wild that you would like us to share tomorrow, let us know sooner rather than later. This isn’t “Today’s News.” Sheesh.