Nintendo has filed new trademarks for The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario. Could there be any news coming in view of the 35 years of both sagas?
The trademarks, despite being very generic, are most likely linked to the thirty-fifth anniversary of the two series, which will be celebrated in 2020 (Super Mario) and 2021 (Zelda). We have already talked about the much rumored collection dedicated to Super Mario in 3D, that this is precisely the reason for the new registered trademark?
Out of nowhere, The Legend of Zelda JUST registered a NEW trademark this July, and it covers a LOT of classes. This is 99% for next year's Zelda 35 anniversary.
Mario got a trademark JUST like this one last year, most likely for Mario's 2020 anniversary.
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As for the adventures of Link, however, we only have the rumor about the return of Ocarina of Time in the form of a remake for the Nintendo Switch and, of course, the highly anticipated but fugitive Breath of the Wild 2. That Nintendo is finally ready to discover its cards?
As usual, we will not fail to update you as soon as we have news about it.