The Zelda producer wants to create a sequel to the Wii Zapper title with emphasis on multiplayer.
In an interview with Games Magazine, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma confessed that he wishes to create a sequel to Link's Crossbow Training, a title included for free with the Wii Zapper. In the interview he expressed his desire to expand what the team created with the first title, explaining that "I thought that we should do something more and better in the field of the first person shooter, based on our experience of the first game."
Aonuma also mentioned that if a sequel is created, a stronger focus would be placed on its multiplayer component. "For example, I was thinking that maybe we could intensify the multiplayer mode. The original game was really just a solo game but I thought that we could add a true multiplayer mode with multiple users playing together, from remote areas, over the Wi-Fi Connection."
Despite these ideas, it wasn't enough to persuade Nintendo's management, according to Aonuma. He mentioned that they prefer him working on Zelda titles rather than on title such as Crossbow Training.