Breath of the Wild Fan Art Captures One of Gaming’s Most Enchanting Creatures
The fan art for Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild captures all the fiery glory of the dragon Dinraal in one stunning nighttime image.
A new piece of breath of the wild fan art captures one of Hyrule’s wandering dragons in stunning detail.
Drawn by artist @KellDraws_ on Twitter, the image depicts Dinraal flying through a calm canyon with a full moon shining overhead in the night sky and trails of fire flickering around its frame. Although Dinraal does not actively pose a threat to Link on his journey to breath of the wild, the hero will be burned if he approaches the flaming creature without the proper armor. However, if Link shoots Dinraal with his bow, the dragon will drop either Dinraal’s Horn Shard, Dinraal’s Fang Shard, Dinraal’s Scale or Dinraal’s Claw. Dinraal can be found hovering across Akkala, Hebra, and the Great Forest of Hyrule.
Directed by Hidemaro Fujibayashi and produced by Eiji Aonuma, breath of the wild has been released in 2017 and is the nineteenth main game in the long legend of zelda video game franchise. It was written by Akihito Toda and features music composed by Manaka Kataoka, Hajime Wakai, and Yasuaki Iwata.
The game was positively received by fans and critics; not only is it one of the best-selling video games of all time with over 27 million copies sold. breath of the wild also won Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2017 and the 21st DICE Awards in 2018. Additionally, 50,000 people in Japan voted breath of the wild be the greatest video game of all time on Asahi’s three-hour TV special Video game general election.
A currently unnamed sequel to breath of the wild is being actively developed and it was originally announced that the game would see a 2022 release date. However, Nintendo has since confirmed that Breath of the Wild 2 has been delayed and the game is now expected to launch in spring 2023.
“The adventure in this sequel will not only take place on the ground like in the previous game, but also in the sky above,” said Aonuma, who returned as a producer on the sequel, in a recent update. video day. “However, the extended world goes beyond that and there will be an even wider variety of features for you to enjoy, including new encounters and new gameplay elements.” Aonuma also said that the development team is “continuing to work diligently” on the sequel.
While players will have to wait a little longer to play the sequel, Nintendo Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is currently available on Nintendo Switch and Wii U.
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