Nintendo’s recently announced title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, has taken E3 2016 and the internet at large by storm. In fact, Twitter has released a graphic showing exactly how much the game has been mentioned on their site: a whopping 573,000 times, more than twice the number of mentions of the next-most discussed game during E3.
“With #E32016 drawing to a close today, Twitter has taken a look at the most talked about titles of the conference following a week of press conferences, gameplay reveals, ‘behind-the-scenes’ sneak peaks and hands on demos. Zelda: Breath of the Wild from @NintendoAmerica is coming out on top of the charts with more than double the number of mentions of its nearest rival, @Battlefield. Sneaking in at last place, news that Vicarious Visions are working to remaster fan favourite Crash Bandicoot has helped him secure his spot in the top ten.” — Twitter
Battlefield 1 took second place on the graphic with a modest 200,000 mentions, while FIFA 17 took the bronze with around 175,000 mentions. Other games that were popular on social media included God of War 4, Skyrim, and Crash Bandicoot.
Source: Twitter (via GoNintendo)