'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' Update: Wii U Platform Turns Gigantic; Gamers In Trouble
The latest details pertaining to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" centers on how a new requirement is set forth for the gamers. It stands out that for the Wii U users, the gamers would need to have gigantic storage space to enjoy the game.
It stands out that the new "Zelda" game demands more than what the gamers have hoped for. A 3GB space is needed and the major hurdle that gamers would have to face and deal with is the reality that the storage requirement is not optional, but rather a mandatory one.
A report from Gamespot shared that a certain amount of data needs to be installed to the system or an external storage device and the 3 GB's worth of data is the main element play the game, but it's still unclear if there will be additional or optional files you can install to expedite load times.
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By contrast, the digital version of Breath of the Wild on Wii U takes up 13 GB and the digital Switch version requires 13.4 GB, which is a fairly substantial portion of the system's internal storage and its capacity can be expanded with microSDXC cards, while the Wii U allows users to use an external USB hard drive, as noted by the same post.
In a separate report, GameRant mentioned that Nintendo has just released the first television commercial for the Nintendo Switch, and the 30 second video unsurprisingly focuses on "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild," its strongest launch day title.
The video also features a healthy split of focus between both showing off the console's portability, and displaying some snazzy gameplay footage of the game, reports the same post.
For the gaming enthusiasts and followers of "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild," more thrilling updates are bound to occur. As for the hurdle of having more storage space, that is something that gamers must deal with to play the game.
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