The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Is An Action-Adventure Video Game Developed And Published By Nintendo For The Nintendo Switch And Wii U Video Game Consoles. The Game Is A Part Of The Legend Of Zelda Series, And Follows Amnesiac Protagonist Link, Who Awakens From A Hundred-Year Slumber To A Mysterious Voice.

The Title’s Gameplay And Mechanics Constitute A Departure From The Series’ Usual Conventions, Featuring An Open-World Environment, A Detailed Physics Engine, High-Definition Visuals, And Voice Acting. Announced In 2013, The Game Was Initially Planned For Release As A Wii U Exclusive In 2015, But Was Delayed Twice Prior.

Breath Of The Wild Received Universal Acclaim From Critics, Who Deemed It To Be One Of The Greatest Video Games Of All Time. Critics Praised The Game’s Open-Ended, Physics-Driven Gameplay That Encourages Player Experimentation And Exploration, With Many Calling It A Landmark Title In Open-World Game Design, Although Minor.

On Numerous Occasions, The Legend Of Zelda Series Producer Eiji Aonuma Has Reiterated The Development Team’S Focus On “Rethinking The Conventions Of Zelda”, An Idea That First Prompted The Change In The Series’ Gameplay Style To Nonlinear, Open-World, And Objective-Based Gameplay In 2013’s A Link Between Worlds.

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild [Wii] (Size: 10.38 GB)