Some small but notable game changes have been made to The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for the Wii U.
Although most remasters offer virtually the exact same gameplay, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for Wii U will be adding some improvements over the original Wii and Gamecube release.
As reported by My Nintendo News, the latest Famitsu magazine scans show some small but notable game changes. They posted some images for you to see.
First of all, a scan shows that Link is able to carry more rupees in the HD version. He is now able to carry 2000 rupees instead of just the 1000 rupees in the original version. Fans don’t have to worry about seeing the annoying message of your wallet being full all of the time.
Secondly, another image shows that there are only “12 spaces in the Tears of Light gauge“. This is down from the 16 tears of light that players needed to collect in the original Wii and Gamecube versions.
These changes might be small, but they are notable in order to make the game slightly less frustrating to play. The increase in the wallet space is notable as you don’t have to sacrifice dropping rupees all the time.