Mar 14th 2017

Nintendo Will let Fans Peek Behind the Curtain on The Breath of the Wild

Nintendo Will let Fans Peek Behind the Curtain on The Breath of the Wild

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been out for almost a week. It is still all some people can talk about, and for good reason. Well, if you want to learn more about how the game was made, Nintendo has decided to peel away some of the mystery with a three part series.

Nintendo is unveiling the series at 1:00 pm BST. It is being called, "The Making of the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." This is not something Nintendo does everyday, and it should be interesting to see just how involved into the process they get. There is also no word on just how long each installment will be, whether it's a few minutes or an  a hour long.

The taser trailer showed sketches, gameplay, orchestras, and interviews. We see for sure that they talk to big parts of the Breath of the Wild creation process, including renowned producer Eiji Aonuma. They haven't outright said a lot about the series, but they appear to be going into at least some detail on most, if not all, facets of game creation.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been getting very high praise. It's been out less than a week and a ridiculous amount of reviewers are giving it a perfect 10/10 for being so enjoyable and well done. With how popular it has been, and how it has lived up to the hype surrounding it, it's not a surprise that Nintendo is capitalizing on that popularity by letting us have a look behind the curtain.

Nintendo is releasing a three part series on the making of The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild. There's only word so far on when they're starting the series, which is just a little later today. As the series gets released it'll be embedded below in this article, so be sure to check back at 1:00 if you want to see how Nintendo crafted what many are calling, a masterpiece. Who knows, you could get some good advice on how to make your own game by seeing what Nintendo did.

Edit: the videos released so far are embedded below.