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One Strange Area In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Lets Players 'Climb The Sky'

By Alessia Amherst , Mar 27, 2017 05:09 AM EDT
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Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a certain area wherein players can "scale the sky" due to a missing part of the mountain. Moreover, players can even climb the inside of the summit.

'Climb The Sky' In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

According to YouTuber GameXplain, one fan stumbled across a strange glitch in the latest Zelda installment. To find it, the area is near the top leftmost corner of the map near the Hia Miu Shrine. Initially, nothing seems to be too out of the ordinary when they begin scaling the rocky cliffside.

However, there is a certain part of the rock that has seemed to be removed as it lacks not only a texture but an entire bottom part. Because of this, Link can actually go inside the small pocket of the mountain. Strangely enough, fans can maneuver around the area to the part where the outside rock is not visible so it seems like Link is climbing the air.

Careful Planning Leads To Less Bugs

This is one of the seemingly few bugs in the Zelda game as the title is fairly polished. In line with this, Forbes reports that the game was able to avoid plenty of unnecessary bugs through careful planning. Open world games have been a major trend in modern gaming but have also been plagued with many glitches.

Similarly, production usually places too much focus on the game's visual factors rather than how they interact with each other. For this reason, strange animations and bugs overpower the immersion in the beautifully realistic world. Zelda, on the other hand, took a different approach and thus seemed much more stable when compared to other similar titles. Even so, the game is not without its faults as it sometimes stutters from bad framerate and multiple blood moons.

Zelda: The Breath of the Wild is one of Nintendo's best projects for the current year with even more content to come. The game is now available for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch.

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