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Dark Horse To Publish The Legend of Zelda Art & Artifacts In 2017
Publisher Dark Horse has announced that the company will be releasing a follow-up art book to the 2013’s Legend of Zelda Hyrule Hystoria. The new volume will include artwork and interviews and will be tilted The Legend of Zelda Art & Artifacts.
According to Dark Horse, Legend of Zelda Art and Artifacts will feature more than 400 pages of rare promotional art, official pixel art and exclusive interviews with the Legend of Zelda series design team. This new art book will also include a sneak peak of Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild artwork.
The Legend of Zelda Art & Artifacts is scheduled to release on February 21, 2017, and pre-orders for the book are also live.
Dark Horse has also revealed some images of the artwork that will be included in the book, check them out below.
In related news, Nintendo has revealed another brief gameplay clip of Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, which gives us a glimpse of how runes work in the game.
Players can use the runes to create ice blocks in the water, which players can use to reach treasure chests in the middle of the lake, or players can use the runes to grab treasure chests in the bottom of the lake and it to them.
Eiji Aonuma recently revealed the inspiration for Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild. According to him, the inspiration was 2014’s E3 Legend of Zelda.
After creating the trailer, I really wanted to put that in the game. So I ended up making it come true. There’s a lot I learned from that trailer. Once we’d put that element in the game, it made us think: what else can we do with this enemy? How else could we fight it? It expanded to new story ideas as well. The trailer became the basis for the whole game.
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