'The Breath of the Wild' is a Zelda Game That Grants Absolute Freedom

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jun 17, 2016
References: e3.nintendo & vegnews
'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' was recently introduced at this year's E3 conference as an expansive open-world environment that's set to reinvigorate the world of Hyrule.

Players are given the freedom to roam absolutely anywhere in the universe, including the ability to take on the final boss right after the game's opening sequence—although this approach isn't recommended. Additionally, players will be able to complete the game without finishing the story and understanding how or why Link woke up in a mysterious shrine.

Another interesting feature of the game will allow users to thrive by hunting animals or gathering plant-based foods. In recent years, there has been a rise in compassionate gaming. Like this new Zelda game, 'Undertale' made waves for making it possible to show empathy to video game monsters during gameplay.