Zelda: Breath of the Wild Contains 120 Shrine Mini-Dungeons, 900 Korok Puzzles, 76 Side Quests Alongside Secret Missions and More!

Nintendo is definitely stepping up their game with the upcoming release of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as the title contains massive new contents and surprisingly intricate new side quests and hidden features. This article will showcase the guide that was pulled from Amazon UK detailing the humongous contents of the latest installment of the Zelda franchise, Breath of the Wild.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Contains Massive New Features and Contents

A report from Eurogamer reveals the massive Zelda: Breath of the Wild in-game guide straight from Amazon UK. The file, which has now been taken down, shows how massive the entire Breath of the Wild installment is. Based on the obtained guide, Breath of the Wild contains 120 Shrine mini-dungeons, 900 Korok Puzzles and 76 side quests.

On top of that, the game also contains hidden features and contents which were also shown during the game's debut on last year's E3 demo. The guide also reveals "optional challenges" within the game which contains Easter Eggs, unlockables and even mini-games!

900 Korok Puzzles?

For those that didn't know, the Koroks are the little green fellows from the Wind Waker which asked players to help and rejuvenate the entire forest. The Koroks and the Korok Puzzles were shown during the E3 demo but it only contains one Korok Puzzle. It's astounding to see that there are a total of 900 Korok Puzzles in the game which acts like mini side quest for you to accomplish!

Shrine Mini-Dungeons

In Breath of the Wild, players will find a myriad of underground puzzles quests which can be solved in many different ways. Shrine mini-dungeons offer a twist to standard side-quests and it'll definitely bring both joy and excitement to the fans.

As of the time of this writing, Nintendo UK has pulled out the Breath of the Wild guide which can now be seen as an Error 404. It seems that Nintendo isn't keen to releasing any details regarding the game as of yet.

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