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Sean Dowie
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Shows Off Gameplay, Weather
This game is staggeringly beautiful.
10.23.16 - 3:00 PM

Nintendo has released a few new, very different gameplay videos for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Each video showcases different aspects of the game.

The first video reveals the scope of the world, and the ways you can navigate, whether it's swimming, running, jumping or even snowboarding.

The next video shows off the wide variety of enemies you'll encounter, and the cunning strategies you can use to defeat them. Link can push boulders onto unsuspecting monsters, or trigger an explosive in their location. Not all of the monsters look like meek minions that can easily be dispatched, as the video's giant stone creature reveals.

The weather is constantly changing in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Clouds can come in at any time, drastically altering the lighting of your environment, and so can gorgeously fearsome thunderstorms.

It looks like Nintendo has put a ton of effort to make the game's world alive, and so far, their efforts appear to have paid off. The game looks stunning. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is set to release for Wii U and Nintendo Switch in 2017.


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