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The world of Breath of the Wild is being remade in Animal Crossing

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild boasts one of the most impressive open worlds of any Zelda or Nintendo game. From sprawling deserts filled with billowing dunes to grasslands dotted with lakes, its environment inspires those passing through its land to continue exploring. Now these beautiful environments are inspiring Animal Crossing: New Horizons players to remake iconic locations from its world, one area and building at a time.

Recreate these vibrant environments in New horizons is no small task and presents serious design challenges, like Breath of the Wild be a giant, open world adventure. As you walk and climb across its world, the towering landscape on Link – the mountains and the giant Hyrule castle makes Link feel so small. But New horizons players have found unique workarounds to capture the feeling Breath of the Wild.

Usually, Animal Crossing players focus on specific areas or landmarks for rework. Here we see Naydinfar, whose account is largely dedicated to Breath of the Wild build in Mule, recreating the Lost Forest. By playing with perspective and adding more dead trees and grass, she was able to capture the creepy and empty feeling of the Lost Forest from Breath of the Wild.

New 2.0 update bring new castle items, which gives players the perfect chance to recreate Hyrule Castle. Naydinfar posted a time lapse showing the entire castle building process.

Here, we see Impa’s house in Kakariko Village recreated. It even has statues in the front with apples like in the Zelda game.

And this is the Noble Canteen in Gerudo town.

But it’s not just that Breath of the WildThe world’s is vast. It is also filled with unique landmarks. In a region known as the Thundra Plateau, towering mushroom-shaped rock formations rise from the land. As a result, creators like Narydinfar have found ingenious ways to portray specific landmarks. Here, the author uses literal mushrooms to recreate the topography of that area.

For comparison, here is a screenshot of the area in Breath of the Wild.

Link stands in front of a series of rocks that look like mushrooms

Image: Nintendo via Polygon

Other creators have drawn inspiration from the atmosphere of the game world above New horizons‘ Island. Breath of the Wild takes place in a version of Hyrule being devastated. Therefore, the game has many areas filled with ruined ruins for Link to explore. This build recreates that look.

Creators will also hone specific items from the game. Here, acnh.hylia has remade the infamous Sheikah Bomb and Cucumber, using custom designs and perspective illusions.

Breath of the Wild Not the only Zelda game to inspire Animal Crossing players to recreate its look. Here, a live streamer remade Link’s homepage in Wake up link, looks great with the miniature style of the 2019 version of the game that matches well with the image of New horizons.

New horizons Also includes items that are perfect for recreating the Wizard’s Hut in Wake up link.

Others are capturing a more classic view, seen here from a top-down view as an airplane flies overhead.

Official Zelda items have arrived Animal Crossing: New Leaf. However, New horizons there’s still no official collaboration with Zelda (and likely won’t since Nintendo said version 2.0 Update will be the last of the game). However, that hasn’t stopped the creators from remaking areas in the game nor creating templates to recreate Link’s outfit in the game.

https://www.polygon.com/22814158/animal-crossing-new-horizons-zelda-breath-of-the-wild-nintendo The world of Breath of the Wild is being remade in Animal Crossing

Aila Slisco

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