The mastermind behind Nintendo's recent Zelda games has revealed that development on the new Wii version of the series is “well underway” – and that he is hopeful of being able to show the game off at E3 next year.
Speaking in the January issue of Official Nintendo Magazine, Eiji Aonuma said that the firm was already in the process of creating “scenarios, dungeon-making and so on”.
He added that the game was already working with MotionPlus and that his team had “already got a very solid response” from the technology.
He said: “You may be under the impression that we are still only in the early stages of development – [but] in fact we are well into the making of the game…
"Our team has been working on making the building blocks regarding the action – the scenarios, dungeon-making and so on. We are well underway.”
He added: “I hope that we can show you something at the E3 show next year and it is something we are hopeful will be surprising.”