Changed the topic in light of the fact they're calling it a sequel, it's even explicitly numbered in the Japanese name.
Fine. Ruin the joke. See if I care. ;_;
Though if NoJ is calling this
LttP2 then I suppose that them including AST remains in the realm of possibility (then again its still not that likely given the lack of voice acting but it'd be pretty cool none the less).
Additionally from the video/sceneshots, I noticed a few things. Namely you do get to catch a glimpse of Moldorm at the top of the tower (of Hera I suspect), and despite the change in floor tile to wire grating, the boss arena is still the same shape. Another thing is that changing floors doesn't cause things from floors above and below to change which may indicate more vertical puzzles than before (and make Moldorm much less of a bitch to fight since damage will persist regardless of how many times you get knocked off the battle platform). The worrisome thing though is that they look to have swapped the Magic Meter out with a Stamina Gauge which makes issues like running out of Magic during the Koldstare/Trinexx boss fights a thing of the past but it now means that a bunch of other things will be burning through the meter, likely including the Pegasus Boots. Also sword beams are different now but that's not likely a big change unless they're accessible to even the basic sword.
And for a bit of theory crafting, a while back ago I once heard that LttP was originally planned to have three protagonists (supposedly Link, Zelda, and a Fairy) instead of just Link, each of which having their own schtick (Link was mostly combat oriented with tools like in Zelda 1, Zelda would've been slinging spells, and the Fairy would've been there for mostly supportive purposes much like in Zelda 2). The only reason why I can believe this is because of the presence of the Medallions and Canes and the Fairy's sprite being much more detailed than anything before or since (but its not conclusive proof either way so don't hold me to this). Anywho, my theory is that with the purported changed being made to both the game's structure and the fact that its being billed as a sequel instead of a direct remake the possibility of them running with the three protagonists idea has opened again (but again, all we've seen thus far is stuff surrounding the (will it still be named?) Tower of Hera, and I somehow doubt that Zelda will be allowed to become a playable protagonist again, and that's if they bothered to change that much to begin with).