The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is perhaps the best known and most popular game in the entire Nintendo Switch catalog. Link’s latest adventure (or rather, the penultimate, given the release of Hyrule Warrios: Age of Calamity, set 100 years before the original epic odyssey), still has an unassailable charm today, thanks to a almost perfect mix of action and exploration.
Now, waiting to see – finally – the sequel in action (which has been lost for too many years now), user SnazzyAL (via Nintendo Life ) seems to have managed to recreate the game in 4K, as if it were an elusive version for Nintendo Switch Pro (ie the alleged new console of the Big N, still shrouded in mystery).
The work showcases the AI upscaling system of Nvidia called DLSS (or Deep Learning Super Sampling) capable of “transforming ”The famous presentation trailer for Breath of the Wild (originally released in 2017) in 4K and at 60 frames per second. Below, the video showing the final result:
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We also remind you that only a few days ago Max ‘RinHara5aki’ Blumenthal, a player known for his innate talent in Link’s adventure in the golden world of Hyrule, managed to put together moves, jumps and secrets thanks to some tricks all to try.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available on Nintendo Switch and Wii U. If you want to discover – or rediscover – all the features that make the game a real Nintendo masterpiece, we recommend that you retrieve the video review as soon as possible that you can obviously find on the Gameshift pages.
If you want to venture into one of the best and most beautiful open worlds ever, buy The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and take advantage of the Instant Gaming price. If, on the other hand, you prefer the physical format, take advantage of the discount on Amazon.