According to reports, Nintendo is hiring a new level designer for The Legend of Zelda series. It is a contractual position, which suggests that it may be working on a new "Zelda" game for the Nintendo Switch. Also, the candidate is required to have knowledge of Japanese, as well as of course a good degree of experience gained within the industry. The designer will be responsible for creating events, dungeons, fields, and enemies from the design stage up to the point of actually implementing it to the game. Their tasks will include plan proposals, adjustments, specifications, and the actual implementation among others. The successful applicant will get allowances for housing, moving, and transportation as well.
When do you think the next Zelda title will launch? An unfinished character model - which was discovered deep in the game's code - was used as a base for her build, with the team constructing everything from new dialogue and armour to adjusting the score and adding an appropriate title screen.
While many fans of The Legend of Zelda are disappointed that they are having to rely on mods in order to make Zelda playable, many will be hoping that this spurs Nintendo to reconsider. This is great news as this means Nintendo is already thinking about releasing more games from the famous franchise.More news: Gmail will soon be writing entire emails for you
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On the flip side, Nintendo only mentioned The Legend of Zelda series in the listing.
Via the YouTube channel Trollsquad57, members of the Zelda Conversion Project have been periodically showing updates on the mod and showing off cool new clips, including a whole bunch of new clothing sets designed specifically for the princess.