In Breath of the Wild there is a lot to see and discover: mystical creatures in the sky, hidden treasure chests and small puzzles hide at every corner. Since it can happen that one or the other ingenious feature becomes talent. Or have you ever looked at the puddles in the game?
Breath of the Wild: Fans praise Nintendo’s attention to detail
The Open World of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is still explored, five years after release, explored by thousands of fans. Efficient discoverers and discover ants still find curious things such as impossible chests and difficult to find treasures.
But also incredible details on the game world fall for years after the appearance of the game. One of these details is now celebrated under a Tweet: puddles. When it rains in Breath of the Wild, puddles form, or even small lakes that evaporate after some time:
That Nintendo is the realistic physics and weather conditions in Breath of the Wild more than well suited. But such a measure of detailed loyalty, which often does not even stand out actively, raises the whole thing to a higher level.
New is the discovery around the vanishing puddles. Nevertheless, this fact was still many unknown. In the comments, a fan writes, for example, he spent over 195 hours in the game and yet nothing of this mechanics knew.
Someone else adds to that he has only found the hut from the king after more than 550 hours. Well, Rule is just too big to have seen everything after a few hundred hours.
Do you already know that…?
With the puddles and the cottage of the king it does not stop. Breath of the Wild is full of little secrets that you only notice when you look closely.
Or, for example, you knew that link gets a Sonnebrand if you let him stand for too long without clothing in the sun?
Left skin is getting bedded, up to the four-percent mark in the video. Everything afterwards fans have added in retrospect with mods — Kohlzwarz you will not be at your travels through the Gerardo desert.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was one of the most commonly played games last year. Click on the following pictures for more loved time-nuts: