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Watch Link Run, Climb, Swim And Explore In This Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Gameplay Trailer

By   /   Oct 20, 2016

Recently, Nintendo has been revealing new details about Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild through brief gameplay clips and more. However, this time the developers has revealed a new Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Gameplay Trailer that showcases beautiful landscapes and more.

The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Gameplay Trailer showcases Link exploring old ruins, climbing trees, diving and swimming, sailing a raft, taking on enemies in the stormy nights, towers emerging from the ground in different areas, different enemies and much more.

While the game is shaping up to be a good one, and hype surrounding the game is also great, but fans have raised their concerns over Link not wearing his iconic green tunic and hat. This will be explained in the upcoming The Legend of Zelda Art & Artifacts art-book for the game.

However, the Japanese counterpart of this art-book has already launched and translated, along with the interview with Takumi Wada, which is published at the end of the book.

Takumi explained that leaving behind Link’s iconoc green tunic and triangular hat was a very difficult decision for the studio, but it was important to illustrate that Link will have different outfits in Legend Of Zelda Breath Of the Wild.

While the general speculation about the game is the it will be a launch title for Nintendo NX, but seems that this might not be the case at all. As the only website to mention March 2017 release date for Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild was Nintendo press site, but the date was removed quickly.

Now the removal of a mentioned release date indicate that Nintendo is not going to make Legend Of Zelda Breath Of the Wild a launch title for Nintendo NX.

Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild is expected to launch in Q1 of 2017 for Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo NX.

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