The last installment of Zelda is truly an open world.
From the start you can go wherever you want and do wherever you like. It really is an open world game.
It is full of NPC that offer side quests of all kind.
This world is a live one. Everything reacts as it is supposed to do, like the trees giving fruit or metallic objects reacting to electromagnetic force. For example, if it is raining with thunders and you are carrying metal objects, expect a thunderbolt to hit you, or if you are in a cold place you´ll need warmer cloths to survive, that´s why you need to be prepare before going to hot, cold or a high place.
Also the night and day cycle offers a lot of different ways to react to the world. Also your weapons, for the first time in Zelda games, decay and break over time.
You need to advance to gain skills that you need to go to some special places. Also puzzles s
hrines offers materials and weapons upgrades. To solve some of these puzzles you need to see the big picture, in a way of speaking.
To create things you need to cook, and you can use a lot of different ingredients. Experimentation is the key here.
You can reach almost any part of Hyrule that you can see. If it is a mountain, you can climb it. If it is an i
sland, well, you will find out how to get there.
There are a lot of puzzles to solve, quests to do and NPC´s to meet. It will take you probably 100 hours to do everything.
Zelda Breath of the Wild is a must have for Nintendo Wi-U, and if you don’t have one, this is a very good reason to buy a Nintendo Switch.
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