It’s poetic when a diversion feels so good to play, and afterwards someone comes along to explain accurately how and because that diversion is so successful during what it’s perplexing to do. The video above, from a Cool Ghosts YouTube channel, does a really considerable pursuit of explaining what The Legend of Zelda: Breath of a Wild does good in terms of open-world design.
That’s a subject that has been finished to death, admittedly, though this video breaks down where games indeed exist within themselves — that is an evidence that creates some-more clarity after you’ve watched a reason — and goes into fact about how Breath of a Wild exists in a right places.
The diversion gets a lot of mileage out of carrying a possess map be an object that’s partial of a universe itself. This helps Breath of a Wild orderly equivocate that open-world trope of maps that are filled with loud icons, that make a diversion feel some-more like a task assignment than something people play for fun.
I feel like a video beats adult on Horizon Zero Dawn a bit much, given these are issues that disease many open-world games, though a altogether points about diversion pattern are argued really well.