Peering over to the NintendoJProfessional channel, there is a new video of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that runs well over 30 minutes, and is occasionally interrupted by Masaru Hamaguchi of Yoiko — who cracks a lot of jokes while playing. The video explores the usual recipes of exploration, cooking and the same surrounding area that we seen before in previous videos.
If you are looking for new information regarding The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, like where is Zelda, how does other weather effects like desert storms look, what other locations can you visit, and if any returning characters from previous titles in the series will make an appearance in Breath of The Wild? You will most likely be disappointed when watching this video seeing that it doesn’t hold any of the above.
But, if you are into seeing more of the beginning area, cooking and fighting some of the weaker enemies known as the Iwarock creatures around the starting point, you’ll definitely want to sit through the video — especially if you like Masaru Hamaguchi.
The video (as noted above) comes in by NintendoJProfessional, which is a video series titled Game Center DX. While we see Hamaguchi test his not so great skills at surviving in the realm of Breath of the Wild, we get to see him finish off a big animated Golem out in the field near the end of the video.
The recently posted video showing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild runs for 40 minutes. If you want to check out the video now it sits below.
As of now I don’t really know what to think of Breath of the Wild, seeing how the videos coming out for it all revolve around the same features shown in previous videos. I’ll say this, I do want to see more of the game seeing how its release date is rumored to be around early-to-mid next year. This should bring us some hard hitting videos of the game that should define what else is hidden in Breath of the Wild.
Assuming The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild doesn’t get delayed, the game is set to come out sometime early or in the mid-part of 2017 and will be for the Wii U and the Nintendo Switch.