Zelda: Breath of the Wild Is The Best For Both Old And New Fans
After the official reveal of Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild at Nintendo’s E3 press conference, there has been a lot of talk on the internet about Link’s next adventure. Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of the Wild is still in development for Wii U and NX and will see a release in 2017.
In an interview president of Nintendo America, Reginald Fils-Aime, gave his opinion about The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.
According to him, Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of the Wild is beast of both old and new, meaning the game will have something for both new players and long time fans. And if the game is successful then fans can expect other Nintendo titles to bring the classic elements along with some new innovations.
According to Reginald Fils-Aime, Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of the Wild offers freedom from the moment it starts, if you want to take on the big bad boss in the beginning you can do it.
As [Eiji] Aonuma and the team were thinking about what to do next with Zelda, this thought of exploration, open air, the ability for you, if you want, to go try and take on the big bad boss right at the get go…it won’t go so well, but you can! You have all of that freedom. That’s what they wanted. … The game is a masterpiece.
He further said that Zelda: Breath of the Wild will feature puzzle solving and players will be doing quests in order to find best loot and weapons. He also said in coming month new information will be shared about what is new about this game.
There still is puzzle solving. You still are questing to find better and better weapons, to beat tougher and tougher enemies out there. Over the next couple of months we’ll share more and more about what’s the same and what’s different. There still are elements that are traditional to a Zelda game. We believe it’s the best of both worlds.
During the reveal, almost one hour long gameplay demo for Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of the Wild was showcased, which got the fans worried that they have seen too much of the game. However, a Nintendo representative clarified, that what they have seen is just 1% of the game.