Three new Breath of the Wild trailers released


Before Nintendo unveiled their new console, the Nintendo Switch, three new The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild trailers were released.

It’s been a couple of weeks since we got some new footage of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but we finally got some new gameplay clips in the form of three trailers. This will probably be overshadowed by the reveal of the Nintendo Switch, but it doesn’t change the fact that we’re so excited to play this game.

Starting a couple of months back, every week, Nintendo was releasing new gameplay videos of Breath of the Wild and each video focused on a different aspect of gameplay. It was definitely a nice treat for us and the fans because we got to see what exactly we’ll be doing in the game. Now, with these three new trailers, we just see more of this awesome game.

The first trailer focuses on Link and how he’ll travel around the land of Hyrule. The trailer is called “Run,” but he does a lot more than just that. You see Link climbing trees, swimming, sailing on a boat, and so on. Check it out:

In the next trailer, we get to see how the weather system works, which is a nice new feature being introduced to the Zelda series. Obviously, in previous games, the weather did change as you progressed throughout the game, such transitioning from night to day, but it’s never been as dynamic as it is now with all the storming, such as the lightning, the intense winds, etc.

Finally, the last trailer focuses on what may be one of our favorite aspects of the game, the combat. As we already knew, Link will have a variety of weapons and tools in this game and he’ll be using all of these to not only take out enemies, but to also interact with the environment in a variety of ways. For example, you see him chopping trees, cooking food, pushing huge boulders, and so on.

We aren’t sure when this game will be releasing, but a lot of rumors are pointing for Breath of the Wild, to be a launch title for the Nintendo Switch, which would be spectacular.

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For now, we’ll take all the gameplay videos we can get.