With Nintendo revealing almost an hour long of The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild demo at E3, many fans are worried that they have seen too much of the game’s content.
However, Nintendo’s representative present at E3 2016 assured fans, that what they have seen so far is just one percent of the total content in The Legend Of Zelda Breadth Of The Wild.
Considering the size and the variety of things we saw in The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild demo, this statement seems quite interesting. According to The Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma.
For this game, if 100 players play this game, there will be 100 options and 100 game experiences. I wanted to create an environment where if the user played it today and then played it again tomorrow, they would have a different experience.
Nintendo has always featured large worlds with full of content in previous The Legend Of Zelda games, but no Zelda game has been created on such a huge scale the Nintendo is suggesting for The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild.
However, The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild will not be the only Legend Of Zelda game being developed in this style. According to Aonuma:
Like you’ve seen in Tri Force Heroes, I create a lot of different types of Zelda games. I definitely do think about creating another title just like Breath of the Wild. But I also enjoy creating different type of Zelda games.
The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild is also getting new Amiibos that will release alongside with the game. Two of these Amiibos are of the game’s link, one with Link riding a horse, one with Link using a bow. The third Amiibo is of an enemy in the game known as The Guardian.
The Wolf Link Amiibo, which came with The Legend Of Zelda Twilight Princess HD Remaster, will also be compatible with the game, and will summon a Wolf Link in the game with three hearts.
The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of the Wild will release for Wii U and Nintendo NX in 2017.