Zelda: Breath of the Wild Player Flies to Map's Highest Point in a Minecart


With The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild giving players the ability to fly across the action-adventure game's sizable open world map, there have been some who have utilized the title's Paraglider to great lengths, with one fan gliding for nearly 22 minutes without touching the ground once. Now, yet another player of the Nintendo Switch and Wii U release has managed to master the power of flight, by combining both the Paraglider and the Magnesis rune to fly to the map's highest point in a minecart.

As seen in the YouTuber mety333's video below, the player creates the flying machine by taking a metal box and placing it on top of a minecart. Then The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild player utilizes the power of Magnesis, letting him fly across the entire map in order to reach its highest point, hitting at the game’s invisible stopping point above Death Mountain, and then Link gets sent jumping right back into the air, and glides way all the way back down.

While mety333's feat in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is definitely worth marveling at, as it's a testament to the sheer ingenuity and creativity of the gaming community, the above video also points out one of the action-adventure title's most impressive features, which is its sprawling open world map. Without a doubt, being able to see Breath of the Wild's version of Hyrule from the highest point in the game is enough to give one pause and appreciate the sheer scale of Link's latest adventure.

Of course, there are some players who have already gotten their fill of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's grand scope, as they are now attempting to beat the game as quickly as possible for bragging rights. As a matter of fact, one fan has set the world record speedrun at just over 45 minutes, with yet another player surely doing there best at this very moment attempting to best the log time.

Bearing all of this in mind, it's obvious that there are a multitude of ways in which fans of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can enjoy the title, as Nintendo has left enough room for players to find new and inventive ways to explore the game's world. More likely than not, we will see even more innovative uses of the action-adventure releases' items in the days and months ahead.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is available now for Nintendo Switch and Wii U.

Source: mety333 – YouTube

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