The "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" is easily one of the most awaited games this year. However, with its release date keeps getting pushed, fans are wondering what more problems could the game encounter upon its release date.
This is not the first time a triple-A title have encountered several problems upon launching. Considering the success of the "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" could make or break the upcoming Nintendo Switch, Nintendo is making sure everything goes smooth when the game's released.
All the trailers and promo about the upcoming game seems good enough for the fans to pre-order a copy. Those who have made it to the pre-order list will be getting a detailed poster of Link, according to COGconnected.
On the other hand, very few people have been lucky enough to try the game itself. Those who have had a positive feedback towards the game's world and mechanics.
Some have had a different feedback, in which they pointed out a few problems with the game. According to reports, the recent demo for the "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" have had unstable performances on two consoles - the Nintendo Switch and Wii U.
As reports would have it, the game had some choppy battle sequences. Some also reported having struggled with the grass effects during TV mode. Sure, it seems like a minor problem, but this certainly takes away some quality from the game.
Some fans are also worried about the lack of human life in the Open World. After all, most of the footage Nintendo has released so far had only Link exploring the open world, all alone.
According to Nintendo, they removed various NPCs in the released teasers and demo to avoid spoilers. However, fans will only find out the truth once the game has been released.
On the other hand, the latest Nintendo ad shown during the Super Bowl weekend showed the portability of the Nintendo Switch. However, for some, the console itself was not the highlight of the ad. Instead, the focus was on the Easter Eggs and clues pointing to "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild".
There were several clues throughout the advertisements, and most of them seem to be pointing towards the Legend of Zelda franchise. The first obvious one was the teen in the ad playing the "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild".
Aside from this obvious clue, there is also the horse lamp on the boy's bed. This lamp is said the be a reference to the main Zelda character, Link's steed Epona. As fans might remember, Epona appeared in the 1998 Nintendo 64 game "Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time."
There are also a few arrows beside the lamp, clearly about Link's weapon of choice. Some fans also caught the hat hanging on the teen's bed. The hat had a big Zelda logo on it.
A few more clues were also featured such as the book titled "It's Dangerous to go Alone". This book can be seen in the ad, and it is clearly another reference to the game. All of these clues are put there to hype up "Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" release on March 3, 2017.