Nintendo revealed The
Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes
at E3 this year with a heavy emphasis on the multiplayer aspect of the game. IGN has recently published an interview with the game’s director Hiromasa Shikata. One segment of the interview had Shikata clearing up any confusion on how matchmaking and the multiplayer will function in the game:

“When you’re getting ready to play online, the first thing you’ll see is [an option to] play with friends or anyone. You will have people in your friends list. I don’t know the exact wording; I apologize. If you choose anyone or within my region or whatever it might be…then you could be playing with other folks who have made the same selection on their systems. This is a three-player cooperative game, but if only two of you are playing, you could also have two friends match up with a third person that wasn’t your friend.”
— Hiromasa Shikata

Luckily, you won’t have to rely on only having your friends present to play a full game:

“Even if you go online and you choose to play with friends, and unfortunately none of them are available or what not, from there you can play with folks who you don’t know but are ready to play.”
— Hiromasa Shikata

What do you think about
Tri Force Heroes‘ multiplayer? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: IGN

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