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New Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Gameplay Shows How Runes Work

Recently, Nintendo has been revealing small gameplay clips for Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild to show new features of the game. Now, Nintendo has revealed another brief gameplay clip, which gives us a glimpse of how runes work in the game, which will help Link in order to overcome obstacles.

The clip was posted on the official Twiiter account of Nintendo UK, and the funny thing is the company has been using its different accounts to reveal each of these small clips.

The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild gameplay clip starts with Link using runes to create ice blocks in the water, which he climbs to reach to a chest in the middle of a lake.

However, there are different kinds of runes in Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild which can be used for different purposes. The clip also shows Link using a rune which can grab objects of interest underneath the water and brings it out to him.

Recently, Nintendo revealed another small clip for the game which revealed that the helpful forest spirits called Koroks will be returning to the game.

If the player manages to find them, these Koroks will give seeds to the link. However, what is the purpose of the seeds was not detailed.

We all know that every game that has been developed has a inspiration behind it. It could be another game or could be a person or anything that can inspire. Recently Eiji Aonuma revealed the inspiration for developing Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild. According to him the inspiration for the game was 2014’s E3 footage.

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.

Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild is currently in development at Nintendo, and will release sometime in 2017.