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Breathe of the Wild 2 Gamble Concepts Revealed by Nintendo Patent • Nintendo Connect

Breathe of the Wild 2 Gamble Concepts Revealed by Nintendo Patent • Nintendo Connect

New patent to continue The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Came to know. Features we saw in the trailer for E3 2021, but with a few minor additions: more powerful poses for archery and flight, rewind function and the ability to walk freely through the hanging platform.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 (Or “Breath of the Wild”) has no official name yet, but we have other exciting news for you today. So that was it Gamereactor.eu The patents released by Nintendo detailing some of the attractive features we have seen so far have been rounded up and discovered.

The patents are all about ideas and technical details related to game mechanics. For example, we saw a link penetrating the bottom of a site to go up in the trailer. The following picture proves it correctly No. 20210370175 The link in the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) explains that this can theoretically be done on any surface, if conditions permit. However, if the angle is too steep or the link does not have enough space to stand reasonably, this mechanic is unlikely to go far. The details go into how the game calculates the goal and whether the player has the right end point to get themselves there.

Next we have the rewind function The patent is described as a “return movement” There is. Such dynamics already exist in many games and can be used in The Legend of Zelda game for some interesting puzzles and dungeon designs. Can you use this in battles? Probably not. If you want to trigger a certain chain reaction with sports physics, you have to be very practical, but you may have made a mistake.

Finally deals Patent with different approaches to fall From the link, this is more important than agreed. On the one hand we see paraglider, parasail and various fall animations. Shown is how the link changes its posture / positioning. Link can shoot his bow from all falling positions. Up, down or sideways. It promises amazing shots that surpass anything we know from the original.

We look forward to seeing how Nintendo uses these patents on its heirs The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Enabled. Can you shake up the tried and tested formula again and bring fresh air to the subject? Your feedback is requested.

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