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6 Ways Breath of the Wild 2 Could Eclipse the Original

BY FRANKLIN: For many grown-up gamers, The Legend of Zelda games have been a regular staple in their gaming diet. Many of us played entries in the franchise as children, and each release has seen the scope grow with us, in part due to technical advancements, and in part due to changing expectations.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild took the world by storm in 2017, and many gamers, myself included, consider it to be the best entry in the series. Its status will be undoubtedly challenged by its sequel, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild 2.

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shaenoide310d ago

IMO by being less boring

rockwhynot309d ago

I wonder if the graphics and effects will improve in this next iteration. Breath of the Wild was developed primarily for Wii U hardware after all.

Neonridr309d ago

one would have to imagine with the game being built from the ground up for the Switch that it should look / run better.

rockwhynot309d ago

You say the new Zelda game is being built from the ground up for the switch even though the trailer appears to indicate it's using the same old game engine. Do you have any sources for to back up your statement?

Neonridr308d ago

@rockwhynot - just because it uses the same art style doesn't mean that it isn't being developed on Switch hardware. Yes it might use the same engine, but that doesn't mean it can't push a higher resolution or more frames using said engine. New assets, textures, effects, etc. There is no Wii U in the equation here, so no lowest common denominator that they need to build for.

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Neonridr309d ago

conventional dungeons, more populated world, a darker tone this time. And for the love of god, if you are going to keep weapon durability in the game, then give us a blacksmith or someone in each town that we can repair our stuff with.

zacfoldor309d ago (Edited 309d ago )

BotW is one of my GOATs so I'm just happy no matter what we get.

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