New images of the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild are making its rounds in the internet.
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Official Artwork
Nintendo released new images on Facebook. This is in part of the studio’s preview of artwork for the game. Seen below are official concept art of a Hyrule worker. In addition, another photo shows a camp with a horse-like statue mounted on top of it.
Meanwhile, the studio released for another game in their Facebook page. Concept art for Link shows an image of a holiday scene, while the lead character starts a fire to keep himself warm. Other images released for the game includes Link preparing for battle, and a beautiful sunset seen in the game.
Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Release Date
Nintendo might be releasing more details about the release of Zelda in the Nintendo Switch event happening on January 12. Meanwhile, the event will happen at 8PM Pacific Time/11PM Eastern Time. Fans can check out the Nintendo website for streaming.
Originally planned to release alongside the Nintendo Switch, it seems the game won’t be out soon. However, it is certain that Legend of Zelda will be available for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch this 2017.
The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild allows its gamers to explore the Hyrulean landscape by climbing up towers and mountain peaks. Here, they can set their own path to get there, and discover the wilderness. Furthermore, Zelda gamers can combat enemies, and conquer wild beasts. Meanwhile, gather food by searching for ingredients and elixir that will help sustain Zelda as he proceeds in his journey.
Nintendo Direct Stream Eiji Aonuma stated that the art style of Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild was derived from the Gouache and En Plein Air Art. This style helps the developers identify the vast, beautiful world of Hyrule.
Meanwhile, En Plein Air is the French style of painting outdoors. On the other hand, Gouache centralizes on the opaque method of painting. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.