Breath of the Wild 2 Trailer Analysis: Link’s New Power and Other Secrets


Nintendo unveiled a new trailer for that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild The sequel to E32021 Direct. Nintendo’s new teaser not only showed off Link’s sweet new hairstyle, but also first saw some of his new powers.

After building a world with spooky red Goops and Zelda’s precursory shots falling into the abyss, you’ll see Link fly around in the sky. This is a bit different from jumping from the normal high tower of the link. Much of the gameplay seen in this trailer seems to be on a floating island above the clouds.Link diving seems more similar Skyward SwordSkydiving section is more than anything else in the original Breath of the Wild..

Link’s new winter soldier arm
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The shot of Link falling into style is the first time he actually saw his new broken arm. The right arm of the link appears to be infiltrated with a red goop from the opening section of the trailer. This is because you can get a glimpse of Link infecting him.We’ll take a closer look at his arm deformities later (shown above), but with the Winter Soldier’s robotic arm. Breath of the Wild..

This arm appears to be the new source of power for Link. As Link climbs the hill, you’ll see a remix of Stasis from the original game. A group of enemies sends a pointed ball-link path, but he quickly reaches out with his broken hand, freezes the ball, and then rewinds it to the hill, with some bocobrins along the way. Take it out.

Bokoblin sends a yellow spike ball with energy down the rocky hills of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel

Link sends spiked rocks back to the hill
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In particular, Link doesn’t use his shake slate to stop the time. In fact, this teaser trailer doesn’t show any shake slate. Instead, Link’s magic all seems to come from his hands. When Nintendo unveils the second new force of Link, you can see this happen again: the ability to traverse solid ground.

Towards the end of the trailer, you can see the puddle returning to the raindrops and flying into the sky. The link then does something very similar, with its arms pointing up as if it were trying to dive into a puddle. After that, he jumps up in the air, carries his broken arm, and jumps over the ceiling. You can see the camera rotate quickly and the link passes over the top of the rock.

Link’s abilities look pretty strong in the sequel, but you have to wait for how the arm boosts or boosts the power of magnets, remote bombs, cryonis, etc.

A large green stone creature in the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

This mysterious enemy looks like a shake symbol hanging from his arm
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Apart from his new power, we also saw some new enemies and potential allies in the sequel. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild..

The creature above looks like some kind of stone statue has come back to life. This could be an empty version of the Guardian, as the Shake symbol appears to hang beneath the two torches. I don’t know if it’s an enemy or an ally, but it looks more curious than threatening.

Bokoblin and Moblin Breath of the WildThe sequel to. The trailer shows Bokoblin hanging in a fort built on Stonetals. This is a huge and perceptual rock formation from the original game. It effectively combines two enemies and stabs the link into a backpack filled with fateful walking rocks and bocobrin.

The trailer also gives you an easy glimpse of what looks like a new weapon. Link fights an enemy coming out of the ceiling, but he fights with a flamethrower attached to his arm. This flamethrower is attached to the arm of the link, but it actually uses the flamethrower on the left arm, the undamaged side.

Nintendo is about to release a sequel The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild More details on Link’s Mysterious Arm may be available later this year, prior to the official release date of the game.