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The Zelda: Breath of the Wild rollercoaster continues. While there have been rumours that the title won't make the Switch launch, yesterday we reported that US retailer GameStop has it listed as a Q1 2017 release (before April, basically).

We now have more evidence to suggest that the game will indeed be available in March next year, with UK chain GAME being the apparent source. The company's in-store advertising says the game will be out in "March 2017", and while there's a chance that both retailers are mistaken, it certainly shows that there's quite a bit of doubt regarding when Link's latest adventure will actually arrive.

Perhaps both GAME and GameStop haven't been informed of any delay by Nintendo as yet, or perhaps the delay rumour was false? Whatever the truth may be, these two large retailers clearly believe we'll be playing Zelda in March. What do you think?

[via reddit.com]