New Zelda Wii U Leak Confirms Rock Climbing, Shows Mesmerizing Art
People have been asking what is going on with the development of Zelda Wii U, while others have been speculating that the game is being deliberately delayed to meet the launch of Nintendo NX. All that has been due to the lack of updates on the game, so here we are with a small leak that would satiate your hunger a little bit.
A new art work image of the latest game in The Legend of Zelda series has been leaked online by Amazon which, apart from showing awe-inspiring sights that we are bound to come across in the game’s world, also confirm one thing: rock climbing!
Zelda Wii U Will Have Rock Climbing!
The image was put up on the game’s listing on the retailer’s website, but was taken down soon after that. However, that is fine because we have got the image with us, and in it you can clearly see one of Link’s new abilities.
As you can see in the image below, Link is climbing a mountain in his iconic get up, hanging from one of the protruding edges on a rocky mountain while the scenery behind him shows off the colors of the world.
If this is any indication, Zelda Wii U is going to bring you an expansive and massively explorable world.
Talking of, the world looks exquisite and pretty detailed which, as promised by Nintendo, is going to be open world. In our opinion, nothing says open world more than mountains that you can climb.
The game is also going to have much more content in the form of side-missions, you can read up everything that Shigeru Miyamoto has told us about it here.
Zelda Wii U has been in the news since as long ago as 2012, when it was initially reported that it would release in 2014 – naturally, that did not happen.