Breath of the free wilderness

As part of their subscription, Nintendo Switch Online subscribers get access to exclusive profile codes available for a limited time. In September, subscribers were able to claim designs based on the Nintendo Entertainment System, and October will see designs based on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! Each week will see the majority of designs inspired by a different hero, and the first wave focuses on Revali. Each icon costs ten platinum points, while frames and wallpapers are available for five platinum points. The second wave will focus on Mipha, the third wave will feature Daruk, and the last wave will include Urbosa.

Pictures of some of the profile icons can be found in a tweet from Nintendo embedded below.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild It launched alongside the Nintendo Switch in 2017, and keeps its passion to follow more than five years later. In the game, the heroes allied with Link and Zelda in a desperate attempt to stop Calamity Ganon, but the four died at his hands 100 years before the events of the game. Despite their deaths, the spirits of the four heroes play a major role in the game’s narrative, helping Link to finally fulfill his destiny. The four heroes also appeared as playable characters in the casual game Hyrule Warriors: Age of Disaster. Given their importance in both games, it’s a safe bet that many Zelda fans will jump at the chance to turn off these new profile icons!

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdomsequel to Breath of the wild, scheduled for release on May 12, 2023. At this time, very little information about the game has been revealed, but it seems that the sky above Hyrule plays a major role. This has led to a lot of speculation that the game will have some connection to the events in Sword toward the skyNintendo, however, remains silent about the game’s story. For now, fans will have to wait until May to find out more!

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