Update: It seems Ultimate sword After being found to contain Japanese music, it has now been deleted from the Japanese eShop The Legend of Zelda Franchise (thanks, Japan Nintendo). Although it has not been confirmed, it is not surprising to see a similar drawdown worldwide.
More detailed information can be found in the original article below.
Original article (Sunday, July 5, 2020) (BST): Earlier this week, a company called HUP Games released Ultimate sword On Switch eShop. If you have never heard of this game before, describe it as of Nintendo Switch’s “Original Action RPG” and allows players to enjoy “powerful battles” in the open world at a price of $17.70.
Actually, this is a Mobile port The title uses common game engine assets. Most importantly, it also plays music from the Nintendo series, The Legend of Zelda. GoNintendo pointed out how the “stolen music” playing in the background “rips directly” Zelda’s lullaby. Listen below:
Sound familiar? If you have played some early “Legend of Zelda” games, you should. We’re not sure how Nintendo did this, but if we guess, it’s probably Because every week there are piles of games approved by Switch eShop.
Now that the word has been released, it is expected that the “Future Sword” will disappear from Nintendo’s digital store in the next few days. If we have any updates, we will make sure to let you know.