What do we know about Nintendo’s upcoming video game The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild? Well, we know that it’s been in development since 2013, and that we didn’t see anything of what it has to offer until 2014. We know that it was delayed three times, originally intended to be released in 2015 but now slated for release in 2017. We know that it will feature a new Link, who was a given to appear in this title, albeit in a form that we have never seen before. What’s funny is, until today, we had no idea what this game is called…that is, until Nintendo decided to release several videos of the new project, revealing it to be the game we now know as The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.
This new addition to the long line of The Legend Of Zelda titles looks as though it’s set to take players on a wild journey through a new and exciting land featuring game mechanics reminiscent of older titles in the series but with new alterations and upgrades that will take ones gameplay experience to entirely new levels. Completely open world, it looks as though Breath Of The Wild, as it’s name suggests, will have players learning to hunt and gather their own food in an attempt to survive the ever-changing nature of, well…nature! Still looking as though it will feature the same magic that made past games so likable, this new Legend Of Zelda title will push players to their limits as they tackle new terrain and new enemies.
Revealed alongside the game’s title and it’s very first full trailer are three of the new Amiibos that will be usable throughout the game. This reveal also came with it’s very own trailer that simply showed, in great detail, the physical elements of the figurines. Archer Link, Rider Link, and Guardian, will all unlock content within the new game, though that has yet to have been revealed, and so will the Wolf Link Amiibo which will allow for Link in his wolf form to hunt alongside you in Breath Of The Wild.
Breath Of The Wild Amiibo’s:
Wolf Link Integration:
As mentioned, The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild is set to be released in 2017 for both the Wii U and the not-yet-shown NX console which, hopefully, will be revealed to us all sometime very soon. Until then you have plenty of The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild to digest thanks to Nintendo’s releasing of not only a trio of short trailers but also two thirty-minute gameplay videos showing off all facets of the new title, so enjoy!