There's been a lot of talk about Nintendo potentially re-releasing a bunch of Link's older games in an All-Star style collection similar to the Mario one released last year, but Nintendo itself hasn't actually said a thing just yet about what it has planned for Zelda's big anniversary.
Now though, we do have some news related to the Zelda series (in general) courtesy of Pokekalos' webmaster @KeliosFR.
It's been discovered, Nintendo filed a new trademark in Australia late last year for the 2007 DS release The Legend of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass and it was accepted in November. This game, starring Link and Captain Linebeck, is a sequel to the GameCube hit, Wind Waker and made use of touchscreen inputs.
In the description of the trademark, it covers all the usual things such as video game programs and downloadable software. Of course, trademarks don't necessarily guarantee something is on the way - but again, it is a big anniversary year for The Legend of Zelda, so who knows what could happen.
On a related note, Nintendo currently has 17 other trademarks pending down under.
Would you like to see Phantom Hourglass make a return in 2021 via a service like Switch Online or a collection? How about a remake / remaster of sorts? Did you play the original game? Tell us down below.