The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Gameplay options reveal the inclusion of a Pro Mode. This does away with the mini map from the screen. A YouTube gamer has confirmed the presence of this Pro Mode.
This latest The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Gameplay update is causing huge excitement amongst fans. Nintendo had earlier focused hugely on The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Gameplay at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Attack of the Fanboy reports that the in-game HUD (Head-Up Display) is already known to enthusiasts. This is because it was showcased at E3 last year.
What the HUD Displays
The HUD will show details that include the temperature meter, mini-map, heart meter, sound meter and d-pad. Gehab is the YouTube gamer who played the game hands-on at a Nintendo special event. He checked the HUD options in the game menu based on a request from another individual.
Gehab discovered an HUD Mode in the game. While the default setting remained on Normal, he could also switch to Pro Mode. This cleaned up the screen a lot, according to Gehab’s statements. Once you switch to the Pro mode, almost every marker on the screen vanishes.
The only marker that remains is the heart meter. The absence of the map certainly toughens the overall exploration procedure. However, many gamers may actually prefer this during their gaming sessions.
Gehab stated that he could not try this mode for a very long time. The Nintendo representative reportedly asked him to keep the Normal setting. This is because the Normal setting gives players a full experience of everything. Additionally, Gehab also expressed his previous uncertainty over any additional options present in the full game release.
Game Goes Gold
The news of the game finally completing development broke through a tweet courtesy of Yasuyuki Honne from Monolith Soft. The organization is well known for Xenoblade and has also supported the core team for Breath of the Wild at Nintendo.
The eagerly anticipated role playing game (RPG) will delight fans, no doubt. It will also give a massive boost to the Switch console at the launch.
However, people who bought the earlier Nintendo console, anticipating the release of this game, are in shock. It may come off as strange to have the game’s development concluding just a week after the Wii U was discontinued by Nintendo.
The game will be released for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch on the 3rd of March, 2017. This is the same day that the Nintendo Switch launches to huge anticipation globally. VG 24/7 reports that the game is fully complete and is ready to be released for retail purposes. Nintendo has not made a big deal over this fact.