The Legend of Zelda on Wii U will be the sole attraction on Nintendo's booth during E3, a rather bold move alongside a day of online streaming from the Treehouse team and developers. Whatever our thoughts on an E3 with such a narrow focus, we will at least get a full look at the next entry in the iconic series.
It seems that E3 will offer two demos - reports point to two distinct builds that'll require a combined 1 to 1.5 hours. Picked up by Finder.com, Nintendo Everything was then contacted by the owner of PidgiNet which had posted about this earlier in the week.
Mention of an 'extended' demo was made when announcing a Nintendo NY Store run of appointments for the public which will take place during E3, so it seems that there'll be chances to explore the new game's Hyrule.
We'll have multiple staff at E3 when it goes down - plans admittedly made before Nintendo announced a Zelda-only presence - so at least they'll be kept relatively busy; naturally we're already working to ensure we can share impressions as soon as possible from the show floor.
On the flipside the dream for many will be that Nintendo defies convention and releases a demo to the eShop during E3 - we had [email protected] in 2015, and crazier things have happened.