The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is coming to both Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo NX next year, but the company isn’t ready to reveal the differences between the two versions to you just yet.
Nintendo of America’s Reggie Fils-Aime was recently asked about the variances between the two versions of the title, as the one used to show off the game extensively at E3 last week was solely the Wii U version.
Fil-Aimes responded to the possibility of any differences between the two by saying, “the differences we’ll show those off in the future.”
Clearly, Breath of the Wild is a gorgeous open world game, and as the NX is a new piece of hardware, it’s likely the game will look even better on that system.
Until Nintendo is ready to show off more details about the NX and how Breath of the Wild will play on it, there’s plenty of other Zelda news to catch up on, including the size of the game’s world, the new systems put into place for the title, how the game will not use the Wii U’s gamepad, and what series producer Eiji Aonuma has in mind for the next title after Breath of the Wild, which is currently scheduled to be released in 2017.