If we could really have anything we wanted for Christmas, we'd ask for Santa to go into our brains, Eternal Sunshine-style, and erase all traces of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Not in a bad breakup, "I never want to see you again" way, but so we could play it all over again, and remember what it was like to be happy.
(Just kidding. We remember happiness. It's that thing you get when you eat your fourth Jaffa Cake of the day.)
We might get the chance to see it with fresh eyes, sort of, with this beautiful Minecraft map, made by Crockette22 (probably not their real name) that's available on Java and Bedrock Edition, so you can play it on your Switch!
Check out these images to see some of Hyrule's most recognisable landmarks, and go to the Planet Minecraft page for even more:
Just impressive what people do in Minecraft. Just look at the Lord of the Rings Middle Earth map. Another marvel.
I'm not a fan of Minecraft but this is impressive to say the least
That must be a crazy amount of work. Looks amazing.
Sadly this doesn't have any of the Hyrule ruins like the castle or the temple of time. I wish it did, but I can imagine how much extra work on top of it all that would have meant
As a Minecraft Fan and Zelda fan ... this is Breathtaking!
And outstanding work
Wouldn't making it in 3D have been faster...and look better?
Ah well, people and their Minecraft - it never ends 😂
I have only just started playing Breath of the Wild again.
Ssooo good. In all these years, I still haven't conquered any of the divine beasts yet, and I am still trying to get through as much of the game with as little online assistance as possible.
And I was proud a few years back when I made a giant pyramid fully wired with light blocks that crashed the server (not just the Minecraft server, but the entire Linux server) when I switched it on.
I wonder how many hours it took to make this. Hopefully they also made the shrines (including the DLC)
@Silly_G I will start again soon as I deleted all my saves for a "test".
I was about to conquer the Camel divine beast when I did that. The other one was Vah Ruta (the elephant I think). The game is so damn good!
You need to have a subtitle competition!
I tried, and completely failed, to explain to my wife how impressive this feat was. What an achievement!
Anyone have a good recommendation of posts explaining to parents why introducing their kids to Minecraft is a good thing?
No one else is noting it, so I'ma bring it up. Theoretically speaking it could run on the Switch, but there's no way to put it ON the Switch. Unless, perhaps, you have a realm, upload the world to that, and redownload it on the Switch, but that's a rather expensive workaround for just importing a Minecraft world.
So, for all intents and purposes, no, you cannot actually play this map on the Switch.
People only eat four jaffa cakes per day? PATHETIC
Nintendo and Mojang should do a Zelda/Minecraft Crossover:
The Legend of Zelda: Block of the Wild
@aSmilingMan it ups creativity and isn't a violent game? I'm not really sure but I could find some.
Found one right off the bat: https://www.idtech.com/blog/educational-benefits-minecraft#:~:text=Yes%2C%20Minecraft%20is%20educational%20because,collaboration%2C%20and%20other%20life%20skills.&text=Importantly%2C%20Minecraft%20also%20instills%20business,best%20video%20games%20for%20kids.
While this is incredibly impressive, it just reminds me how visually unappealing Minecraft is to me.
I think i going to buy minecraft now
Hopefully someone recreates Lordran, next.
Can i play the map on switch mimecraft?
@Silly_G zelda games are one of my only remaining series that when a new one releases, I watch nothing about it and refuse any guides during my first play through.
@RudyC3 just means someone else can add them to the map.
Isn't there a cross save feature that allows you to transfer Bedrock worlds between devices?
How would you play this on Switch?
For those about to block
We salute you
@TG16_IS_BAE omg YUS. That would be so cool...
This is legendary... I wonder how much time was spent working on this, huh.
@Twili_Waker If you host the world either on a realm, or on a computer that has the bedrock edition installed, and then join it online, then you could play it on Switch.
@redpanda0310 where would I go and what would I search on minecraft to download it?
I've tried the world. It's very much a WIP, considering the world not only lacks the structures and ruins, but also bridges and stairs, despite having pathways already.
It could definitely use some improvements in terms of scaling and elevations of stuff like water, but overall, it's definitely the best out there so far, at least with all of the ones I've seen.
@Lynn22 thank you!!
@NathanTheAsian - Not that I'm aware of.
Is it possible to play this map on a phone or PS4? Is it possible to play this map at all? If so how because I don't know how to do all that stuff. I tried making BotW in Minecraft but compared to this it sucks. lol
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