An all new trailer for the upcoming anticipated game in The Legend of Zelda series The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild at this year's The Game Awards.
Ok I was not expecting something like this, I thought they would wait until January to show us something this big. The trailer itself is freaking epic, I felt like the trailer was on the scale of what was shown at this year's E3. We see Bill Trinen as he tells us what this trailer will focus on what and who will see throughout the game after we leave the plateau.
We then see some beautiful cross-stitch work which looks very reminiscent to what the beginning of Wind Waker was when they were talking about the legendary hero. That actually wouldn't be the first time we've seen something like that to use a different art style to introduce us to the lore, such as Skyward Sword, Wind Waker, Minish Cap, Phantom Hourglass, and A Link Between Worlds, and I wouldn't be surprised if they did the same for Breath of The Wild.
Which by the way the artwork, and the graphics are just gorgeous just the level of details on the world, the buildings, the creatures, and people. We also got to hear more of the beautiful soundtrack for Breath of The Wild, which I can not wait to hear that spectacular soundtrack for when it heads to The Symphony of The Goddesses concert.
I think one of the few big things that were shown in the trailer such as- what the freak?! There was a freaking airship, which is definitely a first in the Zelda series. I mean, I knew that there was gonna be new technology introduced into the game, but a freaking airship?! That's freaking insane! Also, was that a Loftwing? Are we gonna be able to head up in the sky again? If so they need to make that interesting, because although I loved soaring the skies in Skyward Sword there were some major complaints about it just being empty space so I hope they fill that up, which is something that we were worried about earlier on as we traversed the world and being just empty, but for what we've seen back during E3 I've got no problem that they will make it feel natural and give us a great experience.
Then we see this golden dust surrounding Link, which I have no idea what that stuff is supposed to be, or how it's related to the main story, hopefully we'll find out soon.
Next we see something unusual. Now, I'm a bit confused at to what this scene is supposed to be, but I have a feeling that it has something to do with Calamity Ganon or maybe not. It could be something else connected to the main story.
At the end of trailer we see a glimpse of Link meeting with someone who we have no idea who that could be. It might be Zelda, but that's the only person who I think who it can be, but we'll probably find out more in January.
I am a bit disappointed that there wasn't at least a release window announced, but I have a feeling that that will be shown in January. I'm very excited to see more of this game. Also The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild was given the award for being the most anticipated game..
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild will be available in 2017 for the Wii U and the Nintendo Switch