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Breath of the Wild Fan Electrifies Nintendo Direct Logo In-Game

A Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild player recently showed off their skills by putting together an electrified Nintendo Direct logo with some well-placed arrows and metal objects. Even after five years, players are still uncovering plenty of new tricks, glitches, and secrets within the latest Legend of Zelda game, from tricking enemies into stealing treasure from their own secret base to using heavy weapons to more easily complete many of Breath Of The Wild‘s many Shrines.

While many of the tricks players have discovered or invented in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are useful for completing the main quest or defeating difficult enemies like the Guardians, others are done simply as a fun distraction or demonstration of the detail that Nintendo placed into its most recent dungeon-crawling RPG extravaganza. Some BOTW fans have used Link’s trusty Remote Bombs to teach the reptilian Lizaflos to play a soccer-like game amid the fields of Hyrule, while others have improved the great hero’s fishing skills by building a dam out of a fallen tree with the help of BOTW‘s time-freezing Stasis Rune. One especially dedicated Breath of the Wild player has embarked on a quest to take a selfie with all 900 of the game’s helpful (and occasionally mischievous) Koroks.

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Twitter user chocrab_1226‘s latest Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild trick might not be as drastic as tracking down nearly a thousand creatures for a photo op, but it’s no less impressive. Earlier this week, they posted a short video of Link standing above a large, makeshift Nintendo Direct logo that they seemingly built out of metal arrows lined up in a pattern. Link then takes aim at one end of the logo with a Shock Arrow and fires it off, sending an electric jolt surging throughout the entire setup. Chocrab_1226 shows this visually captivating effect off again by shooting another arrow at the center of the Nintendo Direct logo, this time sending electricity flowing off in both directions.

While the long-awaited Breath of the Wild 2 hasn’t been shown off during a Nintendo Direct stream in quite some time, fans did eventually receive a formal announcement that the next mainline Zelda title has been delayed until sometime next year to allow more time for the development team to get everything polished. Meanwhile, fans are still speculating about the tentatively-tiled BOTW 2’s official name and plot, with one of the game’s Italian voice actors suggesting in an interview that Breath of the Wild 2 could feature a time skip or flashback during its main quest.

In the meantime, players are still uncovering new things and pulling off amazing tricks in the original Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – such as creating and charging a massive electric Nintendo Direct logo that wouldn’t look too out of place in Minecraft. This eye-catching display highlights Breath of the Wild’s attention to detail, which is one of the many reasons players are still jumping into the realm of Hyrule five years after BOTW first launched on the Nintendo Switch to near-universal acclaim.

Source: chocrab_1226/Twitter

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