Yesterday, a surprise Nintendo announced Hyrule Warriors The Age of Calamit, arriving on November 20 on Switch. So far nothing strange, except that many have noticed how the announcement has pushed up the sales of Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition su Amazon.
Specifically, Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition has seen its sales grow by 1,543% on Amazon USA, the game now occupies the third place in the ranking of best-selling products in the video games and consoles section. It is therefore likely that many have discovered the existence of Hyrule Warriors thanks to the announcement of The Age of Calamity and therefore ran to recover the game.
Hyrule Warriors originally released on Wii U in 2014, developed by Koei Tecmo and published by Nintendo, the Definitive Edition was launched a few years later on the Switch with all the DLC and extra content included, representing the definitive experience of Hyrule Warriors.
Hyrule Warriors The Age of Calamity takes up the musou mechanics of the predecessor and tells the events that happened before The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, classifying itself as a real prequel, certainly a tasty appetizer waiting for The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2.