Zelda Breath of the Wild 2: Proof it doesn’t work on Switch?

We’re coming to the weekend soon, and the news never waits! On the Daily’s menu: a postponement of the next-gen port of The Witcher 3, a possible existence of a new Switch and finally Elon Musk returns to the Twitter onslaught once more.

The Witcher 3 pushed back to next-gen

Another bad news for CD Projekt. After a rather disastrous cyberpunk launch in 2020, we learn that The Witcher 3’s next-gen port has been delayed. The Witcher’s adventures have welcomed a new audience with the Netflix series and its re-release in bookstores. Knowing this, the Polish studio had to highlight its biggest critical success on our new home consoles. While anticipating an imminent release, we’ll have to wait until 2023 to (re)discover the fabulous stories of Geralt de Riv.

Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 on an upcoming Nintendo console?!

Released in 2017, Nintendo Studios enchanted their audiences with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. A few years later, the Japanese giant offered us to immerse ourselves in the adventure again thanks to a brand new work in the same style as the previous one. While the final name is yet to be revealed, some images have been released by Nintendo just to make our mouths water. But there are a few details that haven’t escaped the press. Postponing the game to 2023 and some information gathered by Nvidia would allow us to consider releasing the game on a slightly more powerful console. With Nintendo already announcing work on new console lines, it’s easy to think that the 6 years of the Nintendo Switch would mark the beginning of a new machine.

Elon Musk wants to conquer Twitter!

Apparently, 9% Twitter isn’t enough for billionaire Elon Musk. After politely declining the invitation of the social network’s management committee, the creator of Tesla and Space X intends to conquer all of Twitter. Musk has offered to buy back all shares for a whopping $43 billion. That sum is non-negotiable, and the billionaire has said he will sell his stake if Twitter refuses. As a reminder, the takeover of 9% of the network sent the company’s stock prices skyrocketing.

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