While some would argue that The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild is perhaps one of the greatest games ever made, there are still aspects of the experience that are frustrating or not as shaped as they could be. Take, for example, buying a house. Looks like it would be a big deal, doesn’t it? Leaving thousands of rupees to own part of the property carries with it the expectation that you will get something worthwhile.
Instead, the house has only a few trifles that you can show off (for more rupees!) And also allows you to regain your health. You will probably still buy the house if you have graduated, but the price does not seem to justify the return on investment. Maybe that̵
As noted by Eurogamer, new The breath of wildlife mod reconstructs the house and gives it a complete makeover. There are other decorations that make the space more cozy, such as hanging concept art, but this is just the beginning. There is also a new stable where you can store a horse, a fast travel point, a cooking area, a fishing spot and even a mechanic that allows you to keep a pet. Depending on how you treat your pet’s chicken, it can reward the connection with eggs that can be used for cooking. OK.
The video above shows all the benefits that come with fashion, but unfortunately you can’t experience this unless you’re playing an emulated version of BOTW. Still, it’s nice to see people reinforce a game that’s already great – maybe Nintendo will try to incorporate some of these ideas into possible follow-up?