It’s been four years (and a few days) since The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released with Nintendo Switch. It’s not a big anniversary, but it’s still celebrated by fans and game critics.
Links and the latest birthday gifts to friends is a Twitter trend where people share the first four screenshots of Breath of the Wild-or the first four screenshots of Switch are almost the same for most people -And it’s absolutely nice You can see the wonders and surprises of the game being told through the pictures.
You can see when people capture the moment when they blow them away, like the incredible expanse of Hyrule and the moment of discovery that seems to be primarily related to Korok and Blood Moon.
Of course, I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to participate in the trend. So I collected the first four screenshots and prepared to introduce the world.
Unfortunately, many of the NL teams have since deleted or lost screenshots and memory cards. This is not a big surprise as space is valuable as we need to take screenshots for review. Still, it’s a little sad to lose that little history. We will have to do with what we have!
Kate Gray-Staff Writer
The focus here is on “exciting things”-riding bears, blood moons, paintings.Attempts at symmetry between the spherical bomb and the moon have not been overlooked, but framing is just bit pants. The picture of the painting is very nice as it shows how much attention BOTW pays to the details-the painting can easily be blank or uninteresting, but instead dream of seeing it. There’s a little talk about the travel painter Picango, the Great Fairy Fountain.
Liam Doulan-News Reporter
Liam states that these are “good”. And at the temple of time lit by the sun, we also see the Great Plateau for the first time. Most people were really busy in the awe of the first few hours of Breath of the Wild and couldn’t even forget to take a picture, so it’s nice to see someone recording it. There is also a picture of Brigo, the man on the bridge, who mentions Austin Walker as his first encounter with another person (except the king).
Gavin Lane, Feature Editor
Gavin’s screens have a lot in common-they are all landscape pictures. Also, they are all very nice. Framing far better than our others. Look at that sunset thing. It could be in the gallery. There are a variety of lights here, from the rising sun to the setting sun, moonlit nights, and bright daytime beaches. To be honest, Gav really shows us the rest here with this choice.
Filler Reynolds, Reviewer
A gorgeous First screenshot of NaCl, followed by a pretty cool shot of a monk’s cage exploding into a fiberglass light shard. Beyond that, Ollie seems to have been shot with the full coolness of Magnetis Power, and … well … the unpleasant tiredness of Link. Hey, not all of us can be photogenic.
Gonçalo Lopes, Reviewer
Well, that’s for sure … lots of shirtless links. We don’t judge-100 years in the cave is clearly a great training routine.
What are the first four screenshots of the Breath of the Wild Show? Are they good pictures, or are they just some cool proof that you didn’t have time to assemble well? Let us know in the comments!