The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Gains 4 New Videos
(Last Updated On: October 20, 2016)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild received some attention and now sports four new videos that detail the new game’s mechanics. The four videos cover running, living, lighting and time passing, and weather effects. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is set to debut across the new Nintendo Switch and Wii U in 2017.

That’s right, the latest implementation into the Zelda series, better known as Breath of the Wild, has four new video that cover some of the features contained within the game’s universe. The videos only run for around two through four minutes, except for the Time Lapse video that runs for 23 minutes.

You can watch the first video that covers running around the world of Breath of the Wild. The video trailer doesn’t show anything jaw dropping, but it does stand to cover some ways to traverse around the world quicker, as well as showing off the environment. The video comes in thanks to Nintendo’s official channel.

The next video shows how to live in the world of Breath of the Wild. Exploring sneaking, swimming, chopping wood, starting fires to cook, fighting monsters to make meals, and manipulating other objects around the terrain to survive, the two minute long video sits below.

If you got 23 minutes to burn and want to see lighting effects and different cloud patterns, you can occupy yourself with a new Time Lapse video as seen below.

This brings us to the last video for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that explores a handful of weather patterns, although we don’t get to see snow, desert storms or extreme heat waves. If you are curious as to how the weather effects look you can check them out below.

Nintendo just recently updated their official Japanese website to showcase gameplay videos (as seen above) of The Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Lastly, the 2017 adventure RPG is set to launch across the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U.


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  • FlamingoJet

    OK, the lighting and weather vids are new content, the other stuff was from Nintendo Treehouse.

  • Kage

    Fuuuuck. With this and the Switch, Nintendo isn’t messing around anymore. This game looks incredible, and IMHO, really highlights the ineptitude of other game studios. Seriously, they got THAT running on Wii U – it looks better than most PS4 and Xbox One games!

    • Nick

      I’m intrigued by the Switch. I want to know more about it and how long the battery will last while in portable mode. But I agree, game looks awesome. I’m curious about the new Mario and what looks to be new Mario Kart.