Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity's Latest Trailer Shows Off More Koroks
Nintendo has shared another new trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, Switch’s upcoming Dynasty Warriors-style prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This video gives us another look at the mischievous Koroks, who we recently learned would be up to their usual tricks in the prequel.
Just as in Breath of the Wild, the Koroks will be hiding out in various places around the world map, and you’ll be able to run around and find them in between battling hordes of Ganon’s minions. The trailer also confirms that Hestu, the larger dancing Korok who expanded your inventory slots in Breath of the Wild, will be returning in Age of Calamity as well. You can watch the full trailer below.
Nintendo has shared a variety of trailers for Age of Calamity since the game was first unveiled last month. Previous videos have given us looks at other returning characters, such as Impa and younger versions of BOTW inventors Robbie and Purah. The most recent trailer focused on the villainous Yiga clan and teased a new shadowy threat behind them.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is set 100 years before Breath of the Wild, during the Great Calamity that devastated Hyrule and sent Link into a century-long slumber. In addition to Link himself, the game lets you play as a handful of other characters, including the four Champions of Hyrule–Revali, Urbosa, Daruk, and Mipha–as well as Zelda and Impa.
Age of Calamity launches exclusively for Switch on November 20. If you have save data for Breath of the Wild on your Switch, you’ll receive a bonus weapon when you start Age of Calamity: the Training Sword. Nintendo is also re-releasing the four Breath of the Wild Champions Amiibo figures alongside the game on November 20. You can learn more in our Age of Calamity preorder guide.
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