A recent Zelda: Breath of the Wild glitch breaks map boundaries and reinvents exploration

    A recent Zelda: Breath of the Wild glitch breaks map boundaries and reinvents exploration

    It's esoteric, but effective

    We've seen Zelda: Breath of the Wild "off the map" before, but not like this.

    You see, past methods have generally been shoddy at best. Although they do their job, they often mess up the game or don't let you save at times. Gaming Reinvented says they're past that point: they're releasing bugs.



    In the seven-minute video below, Gaming Reinvented walks you through the process. You need to head to the Gerudo Canyon Stable and then grab your horse. Turn around and walk down the ravine path about 45 seconds into the video. Then save and quickly travel to any device sanctuary: access its storage. Reload the save, then head to a "far from the zone" shrine (example is to the northeast).

    Viola: Your character will fall off the map and part of the process will then be complete. From there you have to participate in an archery game, moon jump, land on a wild horse, and then moon jump all over the map.

    It's anything but "easy," as the video describes it, but it does allow people to explore the world in new ways and break down "you can't go any further" boundaries.



    A recent Zelda: Breath of the Wild glitch breaks map boundaries and reinvents exploration

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