Nintendo Releases Three Part Video Series Showcasing The Making of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Author: Sam Tree | Posted: 14 March 2017, 15:40
 
 

Breath of the Wild is unarguably one of the best games to be released this year, if not ever if review scores are to be believed. But what exactly goes into making such a large and successful game? Nintendo has released a three-part video series on their YouTube channel which overviews some of the processes the developers went through in crafting Link’s newest adventure.

You can check out all three videos in the series below. They’re well worth a watch, especially if you’ve enjoyed the game and want to find out more about how it was made. It also features some early ideas pitched by the designers – one of which includes UFOS that would abduct cattle with test footage shown of Link running across a battlefield whilst explosions go off all around him. Now that would have made for a break in the traditional Zelda convention!

The Beginning

Story and Characters

Open Air Concept

Let us know what you thought of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in the comments below., did you pick it up on the Wii U or as part of a launch bundle with the Switch?

Edit 14/03/2017 – It looks like Nintendo has removed one of the videos “Open Air Concept” from YouTube.

Edit 2 15/03/2017 – All three videos are now back up.

 

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