Mapa the legend of zelda breath of the wild
Breath of the wild google map
In order to master 100% of the game and for Link to become more powerful, we will need to overcome the Shrines, a series of tests scattered throughout Hyrule. There are 120 in total, some easy to find and others more difficult, and even hidden ones that we will have to reveal ourselves.
The Shrines are a kind of caves that we will find scattered throughout the kingdom of Hyrule. In these shrines our goal will be to reach the end and examine the altar to get a symbol of value, but we can also find chests with interesting treasures. These items can be exchanged throughout the game to increase our amount of life or stamina.
Once we have synchronized our tablet in the second Plateau Tower we will get a radar that helps us to locate each of the shrines. This radar will emit more or less noise depending on how close we are to a radar.
Zelda: breath of the wild map of shrines
Yes, we know that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, has a little time, but surely many of you are still playing the wonder created by Nintendo. And the fact is that the adventure has plenty of secrets that allow us, even after completing the game, to continue exploring the corners of Hyrule to find new secrets that allow us to continue enjoying the game.
And, although we already have our minds on Breath of the Wild 2 -which at the moment is a provisional title- we can not fail to remind you of this authentic wonder of interactive map with which you will have easier to find all the equipment, objects and weapons that Link needs for his adventure.
If you want to discover the location of all the points of interest in Hyrule, with this complete interactive map created by Zeldadungeon you will have it easier. Its use is very simple, since you only need to hover over an icon to see its name, then zoom in or zoom out to see more detailed elements (zoomed out you will only see the towers and you will even see the position of the mini-bosses).
Breath of the wild ore map
There are few games I’m as excited for as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2. The first installment is one of my favorite games, one of the best I’ve ever played, and I know Nintendo will manage to live up to it with its sequel. But we know that we have to wait at least until 2022, and who knows if it will be delayed. But to tell you the truth, I don’t care if it’s delayed as long as it’s good.
The good thing is that the original Zelda: Breath of the Wild gives for many hours of gameplay, many hours of exploration and countless details to know. And if that wasn’t enough, the community manages to make us spend more time inside the game. How? Well, in many ways, most of which I don’t know, but one of them is the one I’m going to tell you about now.
Now that we are in the middle of summer, why not go on vacation to Hyrule? Oh, but you’d probably miss it? Don’t worry, go warm up your engines with a Street View made by a fan of the Breath of the Wild map (via Vice).
Breath of the wild companion
In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild the map of Hyrule consists of several very large areas. Being an open world, exploration is very important. There are many places to visit, some of them very important. Spread over several areas are the Sheikah towers. Finding one of these towers unlocks part of the map. Thus, these towers have a very relevant role in the course of the game.
And speaking of the map. A fan of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has created a topographical map of Hyrule, as echoed in Nintendo Life. The whole process has been recorded on video and shared on YouTube. It is a very laborious work that took him 65 hours of his time. Now, it is a map that has been taken care of in detail. Not only are all the areas, but also the roads and points of interest.
If you plan to buy the game we remind you that an expansion pass is available for 19.99 euros. It includes a new challenge, new hidden objects, ancestral harnesses, expert difficulty mode, new sets and much more.