Nintendo working with other studios on its big titles isn't anything new, but it's nevertheless interesting to note that Monolith Soft's name appears in the end credits to The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
The Xenoblade creator — which is a subsidiary of Nintendo — isn't a stranger to the Zelda franchise. It also helped out on Skyward Sword, but its involvement with Link Between Worlds hasn't been revealed previously.
The news was reported by German site Nintendo Online, but we've confirmed it with our own copy of the game.
We reviewed the new 3DS adventure last week, and it was awarded a worthy 10/10 rating. Are you looking forward to picking it up?