It seems that the voice actor behind Zelda in each Breath of the Wild and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom did not even know she was auditioning for the character.
To say Nintendo is secretive is like saying you want air to breathe: the 2 come hand in hand. Clearly that is particularly been the case with Tears of the Kingdom, a recreation that solely actually had correct trailers this yr, only a few months earlier than it got here out. So it should not be all that stunning to listen to that Zelda’s voice actor herself, Patricia Summersett, was not instructed that the character she was auditioning for was in reality the princess of Hyrule.
In an interview with IGN, Summersett spoke about her position as Zelda, and the way she ended up with it within the first place. Unsurprisingly, she wasn’t instructed all that a lot about it previous to her audition. “It simply appeared like an RPG fantasy,” Summersett shared. “I did not have every other data than that it was for a princess character who had numerous weight on her shoulders.”
Just a few weeks after auditioning, she bought the information that she could be enjoying Zelda – although she was grateful she did not know that previous to the audition. “I’ve a sense that if I knew what it was, I might’ve overthought the method,” she stated. “I am completely happy I went in blind.”
Summersett was appropriately secretive when requested about if Zelda’s position could be greater on this sequel, as there is not all that a lot voice performing in Breath of the Wild, although did say “Should you have a look at the trailers, you may see that the gameplay is indicative of a really massive journey. Everytime you get to re-approach a recreation after having already performed a personality, you are going to wish to stretch so far as you may.”
On the subject of whether or not she thinks followers will likely be completely happy on the subject of fan service, the reply was a powerful “Sure. Oh yeah.” That might imply something, clearly, nevertheless it’s nonetheless thrilling as a Zelda fan myself. Now all we want is the power to play as Zelda herself – and if we’re fortunate, it may be attainable.