Zelda Informer, Press-Start, and more, possibly lying about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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Over the early weekend, a few websites had published some rather interesting articles about this years EB Games Expo and Nintendo’s upcoming video game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The rumours come sourced to a nameless anonymous source at the Expo claiming that fans that have purchased four Zelda games and have proof of purchasing these games at an EB Games store, that they will be able to play a demo build of Breath of the Wild.

Obviously, this sounds like a terrible PR move and no sane person at Nintendo would have authorised this kind of move. But still, we have reached out to Nintendo for verification just the same. Below is their response, quoted.

Thank you for your query, however we have nothing to announce at this time. Please stay tuned for more information regarding our presence at EB Expo this year. 

Clearly, Nintendo are not announcing of this nature, and these publications are possibly lying for whatever reason.

We have reached out to a representative from EB Games Expo for comment, but they have not returned any messages in the few days this has been a draft.

Sources:

http://www.zeldainformer.com/news/breath-of-the-wild-will-be-playable-at-eb-games-expo-2016

http://archive.is/uzkCH

Only 333 People Will Get To Play Zelda: Breath Of The Wild At EB Expo

http://archive.is/LyDR9

Rumour: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Will Be Playable at EB Expo – With a Catch

http://archive.is/hrWlF

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  • Joshua Rizk

    http://fal.cn/EpmY

    Official Nintendo Facebook page.

    Check your facts before you go pointing fingers

    • http://attackongaming.com/ Gaming Admiral

      Please, point to the part where the Nintendo page says that you require four receipts for Zelda games in order to play the game.

      Check your facts before you go pointing fingers.