Update #2: During the recent Japanese Indie World broadcast, Cadence of Hyrule's June release was officially confirmed, but only the month was given – we still don't have a solid date. In the meantime, check out some new footage from the broadcast below:
Update #1: The HTML source code now shows the release as being 20th June. Mysterious! Whether this means the game's been pushed from a planned date isn't clear right now, but it seems likely we'll be waiting until after E3 to get our hands on it.
Original: We have to admit, we're rather looking forward to getting our mitts on Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer when it appears on the Switch eShop in "Spring 2019" as Nintendo of America's game page suggests.
This new game of course includes both Zelda and Link, but uses the same beat-based gameplay of the original Crypt of the NecroDancer. However, we're also getting new stages and enemies based on the Zelda franchise, which is no bad thing in our books.
So when exactly is the game coming out you ask? Well, eagle-eyed Twitter user NWPlayer123 has discovered a change in the source code of NoA's game page which seems quite telling:
It seems like pretty conclusive evidence that Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the NecroDancer will be releasing this month, on Thursday 30th May to be precise. This all ties into what the Nintendo Newsletter had to say earlier this month too.
Let us know if you are looking forward to playing Cadence of Hyrule with a comment below.