Zelda Tri-Force Heroes: Single Players Won’t Miss Out

The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes is been a touted as a strong multiplayer experience for the Nintendo 3DS. Unlike the main series, Tri-Force Heroes is more akin to the spin-off title Four Swords with co-operative play between other players being the focus.

The 3DS isn’t the most conducive handheld for multiplayer experiences and those who want to play the game alone may worry that they will be missing out the best experience. Speaking to Game Informer, director for the title – Hiromasa Shikata – has said single players will not miss out.

Shikata explains that all the courses in the Single player are the exact same courses featured in the multiplayer mode. He reassures that regardless what mode is selected, players won’t be missing anything.

“First of all, the courses you’re playing through in the single player game are exactly the same as the multiplayer ones. And you can play every single course. If you’re playing one player, you’re not going to miss out on courses. They’re all the same and they’re open to multiplayer and single player modes,” Shikata told Game Informer.

Zelda Tri Force Heroes

In other interesting news, Tri-force Heroes will have a hub world, but it won’t be an expansive world typically featured in Zelda games.

“First of all, the courses you’re playing through in the single player game are exactly the same as the multiplayer ones. And you can play every single course. If you’re playing one player, you’re not going to miss out on courses. They’re all the same and they’re open to multiplayer and single player modes.”

The Legend of Zelda: Tri-force Heroes will launch for the Nintendo 3DS sometime during the holiday season.

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