The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild truly is the gift that keeps on giving. Despite the fact that players have invested countless man hours into the game since launch, cool things are still being discovered - and the latest involves the title's realistic weather system.
As you'll be aware if you've been trying to scale some of Hyrule's lofty peaks, it rains a lot in Breath of the Wild. However, the rain isn't just there to make climbing harder - it also causes puddles to form in parts of the landscape.
One Reddit user decided to take a screenshot of the same location at four different times to show how puddles work in the game. During the storm the area covered by water is quite large and pond-like, but when it ends the liquid begins to vanish, soaking into the earth. When the sun comes out the water evaporates to the point that you'd wouldn't believe a puddle was ever there.
Little touches like this are what make this game such an amazing and immerse experience. Is this something you've noticed yourself, or, like us, did you not even realise until now how much thought and attention has gone into creating the world of Hyrule until you saw this sequence of images? Rain some comments in the section below to tell us.