Little more can be said about The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild that is not already known. Nintendo managed to capture a Hyrule like we had never seen it before, a world full of incredible places that only invited you to visit it again and again.
And that’s what a fan of the game has wondered. Why not visit it one more time? Of course, in a somewhat different way, although very familiar. Do not miss the interactive map similar to Google Maps that allows you to see Hyrule with new eyes.
The youtube user known as Nassim’s Software has reported that he is developing an interactive map of the Hyrule from Breath of the Wild taking as central axis the characteristics seen in the maps of Street View of Google Maps.
This, which allows move in a 3D environment using arrows and turns of up to 360 degrees wants to move to the entire map of the success of Nintendo Switch. At the moment, only a few points of interest are available, but Zelda Breath of The Wild Street View promises.
Take a look, since, as we said, there are already a few iconic points placed on the map. If you click on one of them, you can access a full view of the place just like Google’s Street View.
The area of the sanctuary where Link awakens allows travel by arrows to his exit and imitate the now famous scene of the beloved hero contemplating the vast kingdom ravaged by Ganon. Certainly, there are still details to be covered, but it is a truly titanic job.
Once again, with this type of tribute, the great community of fans that The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild has earned over time is once again evident. LYears go by and we continue to witness curious and elaborate initiatives like these.
Would you take another walk around Hyrule? You might also want to take a look at the canceled Zelda starring Sheik that was featured in shared arts by a former Retro Studios designer.