Nintendo's E3 event was filled with game trailers and announcements, including more information about The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening on the Nintendo Switch. The game was announced earlier this year, and today, the company revealed a specific release date, which is September 20.
In addition to that, Nintendo showed off more aspects of the game, such as boss fights, dungeons, fishing games, and a new dungeon builder mode. Throughout the game, players can unlock new chambers, which come with their own set of enemies and puzzles to get through.
With these chambers, they can build their own dungeons by linking them together, and then challenge those dungeons. Clearing these challenges will unlock rewards, including empty bottles, which, despite the uninteresting name, are actually quite rare in most Zelda titles.
There wasn't a lot more information about the game's story, but then again, this is an upgraded version of the original Link's Awakening on the Game Boy, so it shouldn't be too far from that.