Nintendo has been really quiet on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild II for more than a year, but a little piece of info leaked in Spain last week. Voice actors in the Spanish-dubbed version Marc Navarro (Revali) and Nerea Alfonso (Zelda herself) said a little too much when guesting the podcast Un café con Nintendo, stating that their work in the second part of the game is already done. "Something happened with the second part... I don't know if I can say we've dubbed it yet or not", said Navarro, and Alfonso quickly interrupted him: "It's unknown, it's unknown".
The dub being supposedly finished most likely means that the story/narrative is totally or almost finished (which may or may not indicate the status of the overall development). With the calendar ahead for Nintendo Switch as empty as it is, Zelda fans may get a little bit excited. However, the original Breath of the Wild was one of the most delayed releases in Nintendo's recent history, and we've also seen the company holding pretty finished games to then release during more strategically reasonable windows.
Update: The podcast holders released an statement pointing out "incorrect and out-of-context conclusions" based on Navarro and Alfonso's words. It can be found here.
When do you expect the new Zelda to release on the Nintendo Switch?