I can’t believe it’s been nearly four years since its release The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Not to mention the release of Nintendo Switch.
Still, almost four years later, we are still reporting on new discoveries discovered internally. Breath of the WildA game that continues to provide exciting secrets.For example, this latest one was popped up on Twitter overnight by a user. HeyImHeroic, Many of the NPCs found in this version of Hyrule assume that they are actually based on the Mii format.
Hello, I am an expert of the Mii. TLoZ: It turns out that BotW NPCs are using an advanced version of the Mii format. This means that you can use mods to inject Miis into your game. 🙂
I’m thinking of opening a Mii injection fee for both Mii screenshots / images and mod downloads! pic.twitter.com/8NfVr4zyqA
— I’m Alice (@HEYimHeroic) January 4, 2021
This discovery led to another discovery: the existing Miis can be converted into a game.
“Basically, they use an evolution of Miis that the game files call” UMii “(this is what I’m going to call). The UMiis parameters are similar to the Wii U / 3DS Miis, with some minor differences, such as the mole being no longer supported, “Heroic said in a Reddit post. “However, BotW does not support all Hairstyle Miis does. So if you try to load a hairstyle that the game doesn’t support, another file will be called instead, and the unsupported hairstyle will basically be converted to the following hairtype: is It is supported and most similar to the unsupported one. This is what happened with my personal Mii, Alice. “
Heroic plans to elaborate on the system as there are still some uncertainties surrounding the discovery, but for now it’s a pretty neat way to show a familiar face. Breath of the Wild.