Nassim Software, a fan of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, created an interactive game map for players to enjoy a breathtaking, 3-D street view of the game. Last year, Nassim Software wanted to be able to contemplate video game maps and designs, so they started a project that utilized the street-viewing component of Google Maps to do just that.
Their completed map has a total of 29 interactable teleports. Players can travel from Rito Village to the Akkala Wilds, or see things further South from Gerudo Tower to Cape Cales, each teleport showing off the spectacular landscapes of Breath of the Wild.
Much like how Google Maps allows users to move around through arrows to nearby locations, Nassim Software’s map also allows users to travel to nearby teleports without returning to the full map. These teleports move only one way but give similar views of a location from different standing points such as the teleport in Gerudo Canyon.
To learn more about how Nassim Software developed this map, you can check out their YouTube video about their process.
If you’re interested in seeing the map yourself, you can visit the website.
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