click and drag to view screens Then came the reveal of a Metroid Prime 4 logo. Nintendo senior product marketing manager Bill Trinen later confirmed the first-person Switch game is being made with the involvement of Metroid Prime 1-3 producer Kensuke Tanabe. However, it is not being made by Retro. Instead, Trinen said the game is being created by “a talented new development team.” Other announcements included a narrative trailer for the Dynasty Warriors-style Fire Emblem Warriors, gameplay footage for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC, amiibo figures based on Breath of the Wild’s Champion characters, addi-tional details for Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle (which was also shown on Ubisoft’s stage), the con-firmation that Rocket League is coming to Switch with cross-network play and exclusive Nintendo-themed items, and a new Yoshi game with a card-board aesthetic. Rocket League was elevated to a surprising degree, especially considering the game has been out on other platforms for some time. Nintendo later showed the untitled Yoshi game on its livestream and detailed how it separates itself from 2015’s Woolly World. Alongside a new paper-craft look, Yoshi now travels along a trail that leads him into the foregrounds and backgrounds of levels. Yoshi can also throw eggs at enemies situated to the side of the trail and can flip the levels to see the other side. Co-op play returns for this new Yoshi from Woolly World, and the trailer also showed novel use of the art style with inflating paper bags creating platforms, a cardboard dinosaur skull that lets Yoshi connect plow through blocks, and paper vehicles that co-op players can use together. For the Breath of the Wild DLC, Nintendo showed off previously revealed elements, like the Trial of the Sword and Hero’s Path in action. The former pits an underpowered Link against waves of enemies for a substantial reward, and the latter lets players see every step they have taken on the map to explore underexplored areas and generally just get a sense of how much travelling Link does over the course of Breath of the Wild. The trailer also showed off Majora’s mask and the Korok Mask in-game, and teased what’s in store for the second planned DLC set for later this year. From the trailer, it appears to focus on the game’s four champions, Daruk, Mipha, Revali, and Urbosa.