The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received a new video that demonstrates the awesome dynamic weather system of the game.
The video was privately uploaded by Nintendo a couple of days ago. With the official Nintendo NX reveal taking place later tonight, logic suggests that Nintendo originally intended to make the video public soon after. However, a link via the official Nintendo website enabled users to begin sharing the private video nonetheless.
As mentioned above, the video solely showcases the various different weather conditions of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. While traditional games vary between two or three states of weather, Nintendo takes into considering the time of day as well.
The video starts off with a bright sunny morning and transitions into a slight windy day. From thereon we see premonition of a storm with lightning in the sky, switching to a slight shower, thundering storm, powerful gales with limited visibility, and finally, angry lightning bolts striking the ground like exclamation marks.
The system is truly impressive and undoubtedly reflects upon the technology of Nintendo’s new console.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild received an extensive demo at E3 2016. A new gameplay trailer took us on a journey trough the various different terrains and gameplay elements of the title. Link is able to cut down trees to either clear paths, create bridges over chasms, or simply store them as firewood. Similarly there are a bunch of other features that come under the game’s crafting and resources tab.
Following multiple delays, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now slated for a release next year for the Nintendo NX and Wii U. We’ve been given a window of March 2017 which is when the NX releases. For now, rumors dictate that the game will act as a launch title for the console.