Beautiful new Legend of Zelda Wii U/NX artwork posted by Amazon


We know that Nintendo plans to broadcast their first in-depth look at The Legend of Zelda Wii U/NX on Tuesday at noon (Eastern Time), but Amazon managed to get their hands on a beautiful new piece of artwork for the game a few days early. Let’s take a look, shall we…

Rock climbing has never been part of the Legend of Zelda franchise before, but there’s Link, scaling a rockface with quiver in tow. But what I find most interesting is the image’s similarities to the NES-era Legend of Zelda map. A church stands in the lower left, with the Master Sword hidden in the grounds nearby. Beyond the church lies some kind of temple, and even further into the distance stands a foreboding volcano that might just be Death Mountain.

We’ll learn a lot more about The Legend of Zelda Wii U/NX this week during the E3 Expo, and the world will finally get the chance to play the game sometime next year when it launches for the Wii U and NX.

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