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A new set of images from the Zelda: Breath of the Wild Master Works book are available. With some high-quality scans having been posted, we’re able to get a look at early concepts for Divine Beasts, Guardians, and more. Check out the full set of photos below.

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the game that keeps giving. More than a year following the game’s launch, fans continue to find secrets.

One such secret was shared by player kamuilyn a few hours ago. There’s something going on with the Trial of the Sword that some may not have been aware of previously.

Later this week, PowerA will be releasing collector pins for Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The pins, licensed by Nintendo, are comprised of ten different symbols, weapons, and Divine Beasts.

Pins will be sold in blind boxes with one randomly selected pins. Amazon shows that they’ll be available starting on April 20.

A few weeks ago, Famitsu did something rather interesting and out of the norm for the magazine. A questionnaire was sent out to overseas fans – as opposed to readers in Japan – and asked them to share some information about their favorite Japanese games. The results were published in the latest issue this week.

As for the rankings, below are the top 20:

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta rank the characters from Zelda: Breath of the Wild in a bracket. Watch the full video below.

To ring in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first anniversary, Nintendo has shared a special piece of art. We have it attached above.

Thanks to skilarbabcock74 for the tip.

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Update: Bumped to the top. You can reserve the limited edition on Play-Asia here (with $5 off) and the standard edition here (thanks Jake and axel). We also have a few more photos below.


Original: Following Xenoblade Chronicles 2 earlier this week, Nintendo announced today that they will also release the official soundtrack for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in Japan. Releasing on April 25, it will come in two version: a first print limited edition and a standard edition.

The limited edition, which will cost 7,000 yen, pictured above, comes with the following:

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has reached a new milestone in Japan. Between both Switch and Wii U, sales have surpassed one million units.

Breath of the Wild has sold 871,528 copies on Switch. Wii U accounts for another 133,024 units. Of course, the game has been sold digitally as well, though we don’t have a specific number in that area.

In Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the weather and environment around you are more important than ever before. Link goes up against some tough conditions, ranging from the blazing heat to frigid temperatures depending on your location. The weather is also a key element when scaling mountains. When it starts raining, you can bet that climbing will become much more difficult.

Giving players control of the weather was actually something the Zelda: Breath of the Wild team considered, according to Hidemaro Fujibayashi. The game’s director explained to Game Informer this month why it ultimately didn’t make sense in the end: it wouldn’t have been as fun and “would have increased the number of variables in the world.”

A new update has gone live for Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It primarily acts as a way of adding in support for more languages, though Nintendo says fixes have also been implemented.

The full patch notes are as follows:

  • You can now select Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), or Korean in the language settings menu on the Switch console to display text in the selected language.
    • Voice Language selection is not supported for the above languages. If you choose “Match System Settings” in Options, voice data will be set to Japanese.
  • Various fixes to improve gameplay.

Thanks to Cameron and Reddit for the tip.

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