Nintendo is taking a very different route with this years E3, deciding to not do a major digital event, or a press conference like Microsoft and Sony. Instead, they are focusing on one major title, the next Legend of Zelda game. In fact, they will be dedicating much of E3 to this sole title. Which is interesting, as it won’t be releasing until next year.
Despite this, Nintendo is aiming to show off the game in full, and as such, release new art. Amazon picked up on some of this new art and released it, you can see the image above.
The piece depicts Link, in the garb we saw from the E3 trailer last year, climbing a massive rock wall. While not new territory per se, Link’s climbing ability may be a new feature to the massive game world this title is promising. Including a game world where you can take many paths to your goal. Maybe rock climbing is one of them?
Stay tuned for more news on the Legend of Zelda when Nintendo does their live Treehouse events.
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