What’s going on with Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s release date?

looks like it’s back on for a March release, alongside the launch of Nintendo Switch – at least in Japan and North America.

But what about Europe? The situation here is less clear.

Last year, sources close to Nintendo that Zelda was content complete but “still four-to-six months” from launch and would miss the Nintendo Switch’s March release. Since then, things have changed.

Before the Switch: Here’s the full line-up of what’s left for Wii U and 3DS

Nintendo has unveiled the full line-up of what games it still has coming out for Wii U and 3DS.

As expected, the Wii U line-up looks grim, with only two first-party titles still slated for Europe: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Project Giant Robot. Remember Project Giant Robot? Shigeru Miyamoto along with an experimental prototype Project Guard, which was eventually turned into Star Fox: Guard.

While Zelda is slated for next year, ostensibly around the Nintendo Switch’s March launch, Project Giant Robot is still without a release window or even official title. But the fact that it’s still on the docket suggests it’s still in development for Nintendo’s geriatric hardware.