The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a stellar game that has left critics and gamers on a high note. Although the game has only been released this past couple of weeks, it has not failed to get a high score on multiple gaming charts, lists and websites. At this point in time, the developer Nintendo wants to share to the world how it was able to make such a game and would like everyone to see the results of the hard work and effort the developers put in.
How Is Nintendo Going To Show The Development
According to GameRant, in a tweet from Nintendo of America's Twitter account, the company announced that they would be releasing a three-part documentary on the making of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In the said tweet, a 30-second trailer was included, which detailed that players would be shown about the graphic design options for Link and for the other characters in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, as well as the creation of the game's music and world.
Although the three-part documentary has been revealed, there are still some questions that were left unanswered. Like if Nintendo plans to release all three documentaries at the same time or would it be separately, or how long each part would be. However, one thing is for sure, the company would not reveal all of their tricks and skills that made The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild an exceptionally good game.
How Can People Watch The Documentary
An article by Game Revolution mentions that interested players, fans, critics and fellow developers can watch the three-parted documentary tomorrow, March 14 at Nintendo's website at 6 AM PT. Also, there are rumors spreading that the company might also stream or upload the documentary in their official YouTube channel, however there are no announcement yet from Nintendo whether these rumors are true or not.
On a positive note, this move by Nintendo of sharing their experience in making The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is somewhat refreshing because of the unique choices they made that resulted in the creation of such a game. Lastly, it will be quite informative as well as it gets everyone to wonder, what if Nintendo decided to go the other way with a feature in the game? Would it still result to the game becoming a hit or would it mess the game up entirely?