New Gameplay Footage Leaked For The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild
The release of the Nintendo Switch is less than a month away, and that also means the same for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Some new game footage has found its way online, and despite being all in Japanese, it still gives a pretty good look at what to expect from the game.
50 Minutes Of Gameplay
The video runs for almost 50 minutes, and it has two people checking out Breath of the Wild for the first time. The opening scene has Link waking up in some sort of chamber, and funnily enough, he also gets his hands on an artifact that looks like the Nintendo Switch itself.
Though the video also shows some familiar action that's been seen in previous trailers, it's also worth noting that Breath of the Wild will also feature a customization option which lets players pick what kind of clothes they want Link to wear. The game starts with Link wearing nothing but boxers, but he soon finds a tunic and pants as he explores the dungeon.
Link also has a set list of different moves. Aside from the running around that he does in the trailers, Link is also able to climb up walls and sprint for a limited amount.
What Else Do We Know
Just recently, the developers Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma were able to confirm some details about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It's been validated that the timeline of the game will be after Ocarina of Time, and Link will also get a series of companions including a wolf.
It has also been confirmed that Link will not talk in the game, but some believe that it could be some form of misdirection from the developers and that Link will actually talk for the first time in Breath of the Wild. Miyamoto has also joked that Link's full name is "Link Link."
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has already gone gold, and fans can expect the game to release alongside the Nintendo Switch this coming March 3.
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