One list is for 3DCG designers who reported working on topography in the game. The second list is for level designers. That person will be responsible for planning events in games, basements, fields, and enemies.
However, it should be noted that this work list does not specify which "The Legend of Zelda" project employees will work on. The last major entry in the series, "Breath of the Wild," came out in March 2017 and has sold more than 10 million copies to date. Nintendo has produced two DLC packages for that since then. Although not yet announced plans for additional expansion, former Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima said in January the company wanted to release "more downloadable content and events that build excitement for the game."
Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa echoed these sentiments in October during a revenue meeting. "We need sustainable growth," he said, as reported by Bloomberg technology reporter Yuji Nakamura Twitter. "We must continue to release new software. That includes the DLC and other content for the big titles that have come out. And focus more on playing online. Lastly, there are more genres and various games to attract people who are not currently playing on the Switch. "
Nintendo also allegedly worked on a mobile entry to the "Zelda" franchise, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal last year. The company has launched mobile titles for popular franchises such as "Fire Emblem," "Super Mario Bros.," and "Animal Crossing," so the game "Zelda" is of course in the realm of possibility. Nintendo previously said it wanted to release 2-3 mobile titles every year.