The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will serve as both a bookend to the Wii U's software library and the beginning to that of the Switch, which launches on the same day as the game, March 3. IGN recently followed Nintendo's press conference with a graphics comparison between the two versions thanks to Wii U footage taken from E3 2016. Dig into the subtle differences after the jump.
Just as they did with Halloween and Christmas, the official Zelda Twitter account rang in the new year with a special illustration. Judging from the latest piece of art, Link is as ready as the rest of us to tackle 2017 and his new adventure.
Nintendo is keeping up with the seasonal Zelda art. Following up on October's Halloween post, the official Twitter account shared a nice The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Christmas piece, with a dash of Wolf Link for good measure. Check it out after the jump.
Nintendo shared some new footage of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which is coming to both Nintendo Switch and Wii U next year. Check out the "Life in the Ruins" trailer after the jump, followed by a Let's Play commentary video from the Nintendo Treehouse.
While many Americans have been celebrating Thanksgiving today, Link is also eating well as Nintendo has posted a piece of art anticipating the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the Wii U and Nintendo Switch game due in 2017. More after the jump.
While the 3DS version contains more content, both Nintendo's portable and Wii U are getting more DLC for Hyrule Warriors today. As previously detailed, this one is all about A Link Between Worlds, and leads with two new playable characters, Ravio and Yuga. It's priced at $6.99 on 3DS and $4.99 on Wii U, and you can see a preview after the jump.