Zelda Breath of the Wild: A Glitch Shows the Wonders of the Underwater World

Zelda Breath of the Wild

While video game enthusiasts question the mysteries of the Zelda Breath of the Wild 2 trailer, BOTW fans who continue to explore the kingdom of Hyrule are able to discover a way to admire in detail the underwater settings of Nintendo’s open world masterpiece for Wii U and Switch.

As we can see in the explanatory videos prepared by those who discovered this unique glitch, the flaw found by users in the Breath of the Wild graphics engine allows us to observe in detail the flora and fauna that populate the colorful underwater universe of the blockbuster free roaming by Eiji Aonuma.

Thanks to the glitch in question, Link’s emulators can thus discover what is hidden in the depths of the oceans and on the bed of rivers and lakes that follow the landscape of Hyrule, and there are already many, on the main forums and sector social networks, to relate these images to the gameplay scenes offered by the exploration of the alien planet planets of the sci-fi universe with the procedural generation of No Man’s Sky.

Still, on the extraterrestrials, the first hypotheses related to the disturbing messages that seem to have been hidden by Nintendo in the video announcement of the sequel to The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild could involve an alien invasion and monsters inspired by the horror stories of HP Lovecraft.