When it seemed that the obstacles were beginning to dissipate in the way of Eiji Aonuma with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a Japanese blog has reported on the massive cancellation of the reservation of the title in its version for Wii U, which added to the technical problems the title would be suffering in the current Nintendo home console, which would have meant that the game has finally been canceled.
Stores like Amazon, GameStop, Yamada Denki and smaller Japanese retailers have canceled the reservations of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Wii U; however, the information pointing to the cancellation of the game are not yet confirmed by Nintendo, so right now we should label this news as a rumor.
If it is true, we are talking about one of the worst news you could now receive for both the console and buyers of Wii U. Today there are 13 million users who have purchased the system of asymmetric game around the world, a few of them mainly to play the exclusive title of “Zelda” on this console. We will update the news after the official information comes around whether it is confirmed or denied.