Fans are constantly waiting for news about the sequel to The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, a title that carries on the shoulders the heavy task of improving what is already good was done in the open world of E
Although Nintendo is centling on the project information, three patents filed by the Kyoto home allow us to learn more about the new features that will characterize the gameplay.
In a first patent, published at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the ability of Link to climb a platform suspended from below to its surface is described and illustrated, exactly as we could see in the last trail. In addition, the patent in question confirms that it will be possible to carry out this action freely, and not only on pre-established points, as one might have feared by observing the film.
Thanks to the video shared this summer by Nintendo during the E3, the most attentive had noticed that Link was equipped with a new power, a sort of “Rewind” function to apply to objects. The patent confirms the presence of such a mechanics, potentially able to create extremely interesting puzzles.
The third and final patent reveals that the free fall will be much more elaborate than expected. Not only will Link be able to take different positions in the air (it may fall backwards or dive), but it can also stroke arrows with the bow in the while. Details that could make mechanics not less vivid and stratified, especially in the case of aerial combat.
The sequel to The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild is expected in 2022 on Nintendo Switch. Many expected updates on the game at TGA 2021, but that was not the case. According to Jeff Grubb, we won’t have any information on Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 until next year.