The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was first unveiled a few years ago, but we finally got a name at E3 earlier this year. We’ve been waiting for more information since then and after a trailer in the pre-show of The Game Awards 2016, but now we’ve gotten even more.
We knew coming into the show that more would be shown later, and Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime was the one to lead into the new content courtesy of the Nintendo Treehouse.
Nintendo Treehouse’s Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff sat down to play through a brand new area of the game that we’ve never seen before, where they are taking on one of the game’s many quests, specifically a shrine quest.
Started by talking to some bird like creature that is a minstrel, the two go through this forest area, which includes them facing a large Moblin. After defeating this Moblin, there is some sort of glowing door or something in the distance, but they decide to cut the video short so that we would have more surprises when the actual game releases.
No mention was given on if the rumors were true that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will not be ready for launch of the Nintendo Switch in March, so that information will likely come at the Switch’s full reveal even on January 12.