The trailer showed off a new art style with updated visuals, as the first HD title in the series. In it we see Link riding his horse into battle against a robot-like monster chasing him through an expansive field.
Nintendo’s Eiji Aonuma talked about how they were able to use the Wii U’s processing power to create a vast, interconnected world, the likes of which they couldn’t in past systems. Unlike most previous titles in the series, this should allow for a less linear progression through the game.
The game is set for release in 2015.
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