Looks Like Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Development Is Finished

The newest Zelda is almost here.


After years of development and multiple delays, it looks like Nintendo has finally finished its highly anticipated RPG The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Below is an image of Breath of the Wild's wrap party, which took place at a hotel near Nintendo's headquarters in Kyoto, Japan on February 3, according to Eurogamer. The image comes from one of the attendees, Monolith Soft (Xenoblade Chronicles) developer Yasuyki Honne. As Game Informer explains, Monolith Soft contributed to Breath of the Wild, so it's not surprising people from the team would attend the event.

Most of the people in this picture are dressed fairly casually. If you zoom in, you can see someone wearing a Link hat; this person appears to be standing next to Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto.

Breath of the Wild comes out on March 3 as a launch title for the Nintendo Switch. The game is also coming to the Wii U that day and it could be the last first-party game for the system.

In other Breath of the Wild news, preorders are now open for some adorable Link figures based on his appearance in Breath of the Wild--check them out here. Additionally, Nintendo aired a Switch trailer during Super Bowl LI last night that featured Breath of the Wild prominently.

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