Watch Day One of Nintendo Treehouse E3’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Gameplay Here

on June 15, 2016 6:19 PM

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been the crown jewel (and only jewel really) of Nintendo’s E3 2016 Treehouse presentation. Day One at E3 brought on plenty of gameplay videos showcasing everything from combat to exploration to Bill Trinen’s special “Project.”

First up we have the introduction to the game, featuring producer Eiji Aonuma:

Next there’s all four parts of the Shrine of Trials gameplay:

Then there’s an assortment of miscellaneous videos showing off exploration, amiibo gameplay, weapons and combat, hunting and gathering and beyond the plateau:

Finally a special video called the NES Connection delving into how the upcoming title has roots in its past, featuring the creator himself Shigeru Miyamoto:

If you’re truly brave, you can attempt to parse through the full Treehouse livestream video including Breath of the Wild and other titles, which clocks in at almost eight hours:

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