The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild may well have captured the hearts of a small legion of Nintendo fans when it launched last year, but its near-perfect gaming world is still home to a number of strange glitches and bugs that can cause absolute mayhem.
One such glitch, which has recently been discovered and shared online by ドリルカラマリ* ゲーム動画ch * on YouTube, shows that you can actually warp gravity and make the floor around you essentially break. After spotting several Lizalfos lurking in the Gerudo Wasteland, the player manages to push them off their resting pillar, leaving them simply hanging in midair. This seems to mess around with Link's gravity, too, and eventually causes him to fall through the floor, walking around with great difficulty.
It gets even weirder later on, too, as a large group of enemies can't seem to quite figure out where Link is standing - presumably because his feet are now below the game world - and some later attempts at defeating enemies and riding a Sand Seal are similarly strange. You can take a look below.
As we mentioned above, this isn't the first time we've seen strange glitches in the game. We've had one which discovered an unseen area where water turns to lava, one which allows you to play the game without the Sheikah Slate, and even one where you can fly through the sky on a Guardian. Crazy stuff.
Have you spotted anything strange in Hyrule? Are you still adventuring through its large open world? Let us know in the comments below.
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That bug doesn't actually seem that hard to reproduce...
Though considering it took so long to discover it maybe it did actually slip through QA. Maybe it has something to do with geometry in that one place.
The bigger the game, the greater the likelihood of glitches. Not even Nintendo is exempt.
To be fair, this seems to be one of the least Glitch Infested Open World games that has a physics system.
Um, Ryan? The enemies don't know how to react to Link because he's wearing Majora's Mask! Nothing to do with the glitch.
Majora's Mask makes certain enemies think you're one of them... until you attack them once.
I captured some screenshots of an arrow that is stuck/frozen in mid-air, and some other screenshots of a campfire that is floating in mid-air just above Link's head.
Like patbacknitro said, this is an incredibly polished game and there are very few glitches despite it being so big. Assassin's Creed Odyssey on the other hand... That game is a dumpster fire with no ceiling to how much money they'll try to get out of you. Shameful.
@GeminiSaint yeah, but look at what happens to them. One on the right goes face first into the floor. Two more at the back start standing sideways. The glitch isn’t about them not attacking, it’s the fact it is glitching everything else out with it.
Lol, skull kid messing up again.
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