The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Endings
The True Ending is more of an extension to the basic one. Still, it requires a lot of work and will have players journeying to ever part of the game’s world. This is because unlocking the true ending requires players to collect all 18 of Link’s lost memories. These require finding the locations where Zelda took the photos in your camera, beating all four Divine Beast dungeons, and obtaining the legendary Master Sword. It can be a time-consuming endeavor, so we’ve guided how to obtain each and every memory, to make your life a bit easier.
The True Ending takes place after the credits roll and shows Link and Zelda together again, in their Hylian garb, looking upon a Hyrule that’s full of life and devoid of any evil forces. Zelda’s work isn’t done though. She’s going to work to keep the peace and make sure that everyone’s prepared for the next time Ganon decides to show up. She’s rebuilding the kingdom and ensuring that nothing so horrible ever happens again. And she intends to do all of this without her powers which have gone dormant after Ganon was sealed. She smiles, content with her being without any extra abilities as she and Link set out to ride their horses to the Zora Domain to take care of Divine Beast Vah Ruta.
It’s an interesting ending, showing Zelda embracing her role as leader, even without her powers. We hope it carries into the next entry.
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