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Zelda Breath of the Wild

Zelda Breath of the Wild Hyrule Castle Has Been Recreated In Minecraft; New Video Shared

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The relationship between Nintendo and Microsoft has never been better, with the two companies often collaborating to bring cross-platform play for select titles and release previously Xbox exclusive games like Cuphead on Nintendo Switch. Today, it’s been shown that the American company has also been allowed to work on something related to the Zelda series.

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In a recently released video, Nintendo has shown off Hyrule Castle as it appeared in Zelda Breath of the Wild before Ganon and disaster struck within the game. This castle has been built by a certified Microsoft team.

As expected, the castle is very well done. Many have tried recreating iconic locations from the Zelda series within Minecraft, but very few have managed to reach this level of detail.

Minecraft has been available on Nintendo consoles for quite some time. Last year, however, things took a very interesting turn when the Better Together update has been launched, which introduced cross-platform play between the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch versions.

Minecraft is now available on a variety of gaming platforms, including the Nintendo Switch.

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Francesco De Meo
Francesco has been writing about video games and the video games industry for almost a decade, focusing on all aspects of the industry. Having always loved handheld gaming, he joined TouchTapPlay in 2013 to cover mobile gaming and, later on, the Nintendo Switch console, which is today his most played console.