By Sato . August 14, 2014 . 4:20am
Hyrule Warriors released today in Japan, and to commemorate the game’s release, the official Twitter shared a message regarding future plans for the game, in addition to mentioning some fixes for bugs.
— 「ゼルダ無双」公式 (@zelda_musou) August 14, 2014
The tweet in question reads: “New information to commemorate the release. Hyrule Warriors is a “festive Zelda title” that was made with much effort. In order to have you folks enjoy it for longer, we’re currently planning long-term updates and a large-scale mode expansion. We’ve received a few bug reports, so we’ll be working on that as well.”
“For these reasons, the development staff will be working in the midst of Obon. Keep it a secret from everyone!”
Obon is a Japanese holiday that begins this Friday and lasts throughout the weekend. It sounds as though there will be little time for the Hyrule Warriors team to rest, though.
Hyrule Warriors will be released on September 19 in Europe and September 26 in North America for Wii U.