Cadence of Hyrule - Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda is due out on Switch this spring. In a recent interview with IGN, Brace Yourself's Ryan Clark and Nintendo's Kirk Scott revealed how this partnership over Cadence of Hyrule came to be. While Clark says they initially approached Nintendo to potentially use Zelda in some smaller way like DLC, the mutual interest in working together grew faster than they were expecting. Well, wonder no more: Cadence of Hyrule is your answer, folks. 25 remixed The Legend of Zelda tracks will appear in it.
Don't get us wrong - this isn't confirmation that Nintendo has any other plans going forward - but having the head of developer relations being open to the idea really can't be a bad thing. For more on the partnership, check out Microsoft's update.
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As announced in the March 2019 Nindies Showcase, Cadence of Hyrule is a roguelike rhythm game similar in style to Crypt of the NecroDancer, which first came out in 2015 and is now available on Switch. The initial trailer suggests it will have the same sort of gameplay as Crypt of the Necrodancer, with people keeping to the beat to attack, move, and explore the world and its dungeons.
And yes, plenty of comments and Twitter replies have made it abundantly clear to me that some folk don't see this as a "real" Zelda game. It's been called the hardest game ever played by many. You'll also be able to tune in right here on GameSpot when the time comes and watch the broadcast below.