The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is a dissentious game amongst the Zelda fanbase, as well as though there are several, several reasons for that, one of the ones that stands apart is the video game’s focus on activity controls. Avoiding standard button controls as well as leveraging the Wii’s waggle controls fully, the game put the Wii Remote to full use in every little thing from battle to trip controls.
If you do choose to stick with the video game’s initial movement controls setup, you’re still going to be in for a much better, smoother experience- or so claims Nintendo, at least. The Huge N lately took to Twitter to verify that the video game’s upcoming Change remaster will certainly include “smoother and a lot more intuitive” movement controls than the initial Wii release.
Skyward Sword on the Wii could commonly be hampered by minutes of the motion controls being less competent or imprecise, so it’s rather a relief that the Change remaster is going to try and settle those concerns (approximately it appears, anyway).
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD launches for the Switch on July 16.
Release your sword with the best Joy-Con and also increase your shield with the left Joy-Con! In The Tale of #Zelda: #SkywardSwordHD the original controls have actually been recreated on #NintendoSwitch, as well as are smoother and much more instinctive than the initial variation. pic.twitter.com/ouC5CajoSN
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) March 15, 2021