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BOTW Gameplay Running At 4K 60 FPS Justifies Switch Pro Demands

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A fan has upscaled a 2017 presentation trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to 4K at 60fps, and the results are stunning. When the game initially released in 2017 for both the Wii U and Nintendo Switch, its influential nature was immediately felt. It's been nearly four years since it released, but players are still making discoveries about the game. For instance, one fan created their own fireworks using some dragon scales, a bomb, and Revali's Gale. Another player updated Link's house in Hateno Village with some additional features to make it more of a worthwhile investment.

The highly anticipated sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was announced back at E3 2019 at the end of Nintendo's presentation. However, nothing else about the game has been disclosed since that initial reveal trailer. This has led to widespread conjecture about what the sequel will be like. There's even been a host of purported leakers who claim to have insider details about the game, including its to-be-announced title. Unsurprisingly, there is a plethora of supposedly leaked titles.

While fans wait for the sequel's release, SnazzyAI has upscaled a 2017 presentation trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to 4K at 60fps, as shared by Nintendo Life. This trailer shows off aspects such as the Divine Beasts, the Great Plateau, Calamity Ganon, Hyrule Castle, a few combat segments, and more. Nintendo Life also showed how the original trailer compares to SnazzyAI's rendition at 50% speed, and the differences are readily apparent. Check out the video for yourself below.
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