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Get Hyped for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild With Every Trailer Ever Released

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It’s been a long time coming, but the latest chapter in the Zelda series, Breath of the Wild, is almost here. The title introduces a ton of new gameplay features to the series, including an expansive open world. It’s bound to be one huge experience, so there’s a bit of preparation you’ll want to do, just to make sure you’re mentally prepared for the adventure. Luckily, we’ve compiled every Breath of the Wild trailer ever released, just to make your training that much easier.

The trailers below (26 in total) cover a wide array of information about the Breath of the Wild, including the story, combat, and exploration. There’s also a few extended gameplay looks Nintendo provided during E3 2016. It’ll easily take you a few hours to get through, so grab some snacks and settle in.


For more on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, take a look at four ways we think the title could fit into the Zelda timeline. You can also check out five reasons to start getting excited for the game, as well as the contents of the recently announced Expansion Pass. Before you head out to pick up the game, however, make sure you know what comes in the Special and Master Editions of the game.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Story Trailers

Nintendo has been pretty light on story details for Breath of the Wild, but what we have seen lets us piece some things together. The very first trailer for the title at E3 2014 gave us a glimpse of the game’s gorgeous art style, along with Link battling a Guardian. Since then, new trailers here and there has given us looks at more of the world and characters. It all culminates with the epic trailer we saw at Nintendo’s Switch presentation this January.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild Combat Trailers

At last year’s E3 Nintendo went all out, giving us hours of footage to watch for Breath of the Wild. One of the segments focused specifically on how weapons and combat will work in the new game. We also got another glimpse of some gameplay at The Game Awards, in a quick Let’s Play video.

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