Breath of the Wild: Zelda fans fulfill the dream of many players

YouTuber PointCrow opened an offer last year. Anyone who manages to create a “Breath of the Wild” multiplayer mod would get a cash prize from him. The work of a dedicated team could already be an option.

Breath of the Wild: Fans show first results

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild offers a huge open world to discover and although the game is great fun on its own, it would be nice enjoying it with friends. YouTubers and streamer PointCrow also see it that way offers the successful modder $ 10,000.

Alex Mangue, Mipha and Revali form a group of hardworking fans who have worked on a multiplayer and who present their first successes in a video.

The characters’ movements are a little choppy, but the project is almost at the beginning, so there is plenty of time to improve. But there are a few notable detailsSlow motion seems to affect all players, if one is caught sneaking, the whole group becomes a target and chests can be opened by any player to share loot.

Make your own first impression in the video:

You can support the project

If you like the mod and you feel like supporting the group with the task, you can do so via the Patreon platform. There are five different subscription levels available to you. All have the same rewards and help the team make Hyrule less lonely for you.

  • Goron Champion for £ 4 a month (about € 4.79)
  • Zora Champion for £ 8 a month (about € 9.59)
  • Gerudo Champion for £ 11.50 per month (around € 14)
  • Rito Champion for £ 38.50 per month (about € 46)
  • Hero of Hyrule for £ 77 a month

It is not yet known when the trio will be ready to release the mod.

Don’t have the game yet? You can make up for that quickly:

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild [Nintendo Switch]

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild [Nintendo Switch]

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