During the Breath of the Wild GDC 2017 panel in March, members of the Zelda development team showed off a host of concept art for potential Link's they dreamed up ahead of BotW's development. During the event, Nintendo revealed a trailer announcing that the Bayonetta 3 game is now in development exclusively for the Nintendo Switch system.
We knew it was coming out sometime before the end of the year, but Nintendo still managed to surprise people and release The Champions' Ballad without any warning. The quality of the Nintendo game was not only recognized by the awards it won yesterday, but also by the nominations that account for the success it has had since its launch. You can find out for yourself right now, as the expansion is available as of last night on both the Nintendo Switch and Wii U - you must own "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" in order to play it, and you must also buy the $20 expansion pass. But perhaps that most exciting part of The Champions' Ballad is that Link will gain access to a kickass motorcycle, which is aptly named the Master Cycle Zero and can be unlocked after completion of the Divine Beast Tamer's trials.
YouTube/NintendoLink, the protagonist of "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild".
The award for best action game received a video game "Wolfenstein II", the best strategy is "Mario + Kingdom Rabbids Battle". For more information about what is included in the Expansion Pass, visit http://www.zelda.com/breath-of-the-wild/expansion-pass.
In addition, some of the games that were nominated for awards this year are from franchises featured in the Cyber Deals sale now featured in Nintendo eShop and at Nintendo.com. "We plan to continue this strong momentum as we head into 2018".