Next Zelda Game Not In Hyrule?



Could The Next Zelda Game for Nintendo Switch as a potential sequel to Breath of the Wild be set outside of Hyrule? Let’s Find out in this episode of the Next …

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  1. you do realize that there was a Zelda that didn’t take place in Hyrule… i just discovered this yesterday— playin Breath of the Wild. i was looking over the map, and I noticed how big Hyrule Castle was in this game, than how it was against any other Zelda game I’ve played. so, I started to compare; it was definitely larger than Twilight Princess’ Castle, let alone Ocarina of Time… but, wait— where was Hyrule Castle in Skyward Sword? that’s because there wasn’t one. Skyward Sword logically took place in the Sacred Grounds— which is associated with the Temple of Time, not Hyrule.

    im not sure if you noticed it, but… hey 🤷🏻‍♀️

  2. What if there were other countries apart from Hyrule and you can travel seas to these countries that are similiar size to Hyrule basically removing all barriers around hyrule currently in BOTW so you can explore many lands and keep Hyrules geography very similiar and you start on Hyrule in the story and progress a bit before you can sail to other places, and Hyrule was mostly fixed (castle town and a few other ruins.) Now calamity Ganon has expanded his wrath to other lands close to hyrule and ganon can gain more minions to take over Hyrule and everywhere else and each island had its own boss you have to beat before going to the next island

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