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Nintendo has released a new gameplay trailer for their upcoming title, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The footage was announced by means of Nintendo’s Twitter account, and with 4 minutes of footage, the trailer shows protagonist, Link, travel through the sky by means of a paraglider, not only to traverse the map, but also as an attack strategy.

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An interesting feature when gliding is being able to switch another weapon for a second or two to perform an attack, while also able to use the fire arrow to create an updraft and being able to glide further. Along with being able to attack enemies from the sky using his bow and arrow, Link is also able to affect area damage when slamming to the ground with his sword. All of these skills, however, deplete the stamina upon descent, but refills when not doing anything but gliding once again. The gameplay shows far more attacking maneuvers from what was released as part of the E3 trailer. Link is able to use fire, bombs, arrows, and a number of other objects found around the map while attacking enemies.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a release date set for 2017 on Ninento’s Wii U, and the soon to be launched, Nintendo NX. The NX is rumoured to be launched in March 2017, a possible date for the latest Legend of Zelda game.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an upcoming action-adventure video game under development by Nintendo for the Wii U and the company’s upcoming platform, codenamed “NX”. It is the nineteenth main installment in the The Legend of Zelda franchise and the first original Zelda game developed with a high-definition resolution. Set in Hyrule, 100 years after the slumber of amnesiac protagonist Link, the story involves his awakening to a mysterious voice as he follows its direction and embarks on a quest to defeat Calamity Ganon.

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