Nintendo on Tuesday released a three-minute trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the upcoming entry in the company’s classic video game series.
Wild is a departure from recent Zelda releases in that it offers an open-world experience inviting users to explore the far reaches of the game. Link, the game’s hero, is also getting some new abilities, like the option to climb walls and trees.
The game is currently set for a 2017 release date for both Nintendo’s current Wii U console as well as its successor, so far known only as “NX.”
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