Ever wondered how fast travel works in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild gameplay? A user on Twitter just showed how it’s done. Not that this type of fast traveling counts, but one might find this kind of traveling interesting when the game arrives.
Apparently, one of the new features in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild gameplay is the addition of physics. Last year, the demo version of the game featured the use of physics-based abilities for Link to roll a boulder down the hill. But players aren’t using this for combat but rather, they’re using it for fun.
The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild gameplay has revealed what you should expect from the game that’s coming soon. Read on below to know more about what you can do aside from the usual things in the game.
A Twitter account that posts Nintendo news and goes by the username Nintendeal showed how “fast travel” works. In the gif that they posted, it shows Link building himself a catapult and using a boulder to launch himself in the air.
"Fast travel" in Breath of the Wild pic.twitter.com/eiz6AIotMu
— Nintendeal (@nintendeal) February 10, 2017
It’s not the official way of fast traveling in the game, but catapulting yourself to a great distance seems fun. Many are looking into trying this out when the game releases in March.
Other features included in the game are Link’s abilities in cryonis, magnesis and stasis. These powers let Link manipulate objects to help him in completing puzzles.
However, players are more excited and interested in testing these powers out for fun. People are experimenting what they can do with these abilities such as freezing an object and then hitting it continuously. When the object unfreezes, all the kinetic energy stored in it will take effect, causing it to fly off to the direction you hit.
Many are looking forward to what others have in mind to experiment when the game comes out. But for now, if you’re set in playing the game, you might want to try catapulting yourself as a means of fast traveling too.
Beedle The Merchant
Additionally, Breath of the Wild confirms that Beedle the Merchant has returned. Beedle first appeared in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Now, Beedle is back and is carrying around a large beetle-shaped backpack.
Beedle’s appearance in the game has fans speculating that Breath of the Wild is set after Wind Waker. But until the game releases on March 3, 2017, we’ll only know facts and small tidbits officially released by Nintendo.