Since its release in 2017 to accompany the launch of the Nintendo Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has never ceased to amaze many players around the world. Its vast, colorful and dreamlike universe has become a reference among the games of recent years. Despite its distant release, players continue to discover new techniques. This Japanese player has condensed them to achieve an incredible scene that seems straight out of an anime.
an epic feat
Exploring Hyrule from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the most talented players have managed to unlock many of its secrets. Only, its gameplay possibilities are extremely numerous, and it is sometimes necessary to take unconventional paths to discover them. Via the modules, it is thus possible to create a flying machine or to propel oneself forward quickly thanks to the bombs. Practical tools that in particular save a lot of time for speedrunners.
And regularly, talented players share the extent of their talents via social networks. On YouTube, a Japanese videographer known as Blurry Cat recently shared an incredible scene that looks straight out of an anime.
The most impressive thing about the video is its first 20 seconds. The unfortunate is no match for an overtrained and above all well-equipped Link. As the video then explains, the first seconds are a sequence of several techniques discovered and then perfected by the greatest technicians of Breath of the Wild over the years. Thus, the sequence begins before a TCR or Thunderclap Rush, followed by a propulsion in height carried out thanks to the presence of a blue chuchu jelly on the ground. This is followed by the activations of the power of Urbosa and Stasis.
In short, a big sequence in just a few seconds, a feat that can be within your reach with rigorous training. A sublime video that seems straight out of an anime way Demon Slayer. An epic kill that may make you want to restart the game, but not necessarily to try to reproduce such a sequence. An exploration of this particular Hyrule is always enjoyable. Hopefully its sequel, now slated for next year, will be just as memorable.