Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild comes out in under a month, launching for Nintendo Switch and the Wii U on March 3. We’ve seen a good amount of gameplay footage for the highly anticipated RPG already, and two new videos show off even more of the game.
Posted by DualShockers, the five gameplay videos stem from livestreams on Nico Nico and Famitsu. In all, there is almost 100 minutes of gameplay shown off here, so grab some coffee and get comfy. Unfortunately, the quality is not exactly great. You can watch all the videos below.
Breath of the Wild comes out on March 3 as a launch title for the Nintendo Switch. The game is also coming to the Wii U on the same day–it is potentially the last first-party game for the console.
In other Breath of the Wild news, a new report talks about if we’ll see Link’s famous horse, Epona, in the game. Additionally, preorders are now open for some adorable Link figures based on his appearance in Breath of the Wild–check them out here. On top of that, Nintendo aired a Switch trailer during Super Bowl LI that featured Breath of the Wild prominently, while a new video that came online recently shows off the game’s gorgeous environments and dramatic action sequences.
Finally, Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto and producer Eiji Aonuma recently answered 51 rapid-fire questions about the game like whether or not he can eat his horse if he gets hungry enough.
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