Well over two years after its release in 2017, Zelda's legendary Breath of the Wild is still throwing surprises for players – and the newest one to pervade may be one of the best yet.
People began to notice similarities between Lurelin Village, south of the map and Outset Island, the starting point of Link's adventure in 2002's The Wind Waker. GameXplain puts together a short video that makes the similarities explicit, and it is a little surprising that it has been theirs under our nose all the time.
The layout of the countryside is more than known, while the telltale lookout is located right at the right point – and from high up to perch, the similarities are undeniable.
It's not the only place in the Breath of the Wilds Hyrule to go back to older games, of course, with the Lon Lon Ranch look – as well as Hyrule Castle. And that suggests that there are still more secrets to being steeped in Breath of the Wild – only last week did players discover an underwater ecosystem that was previously locked, thanks to a bug.
We'll probably still find new things in the Breath of the Wild beyond the point that its newly announced sequel is released – whenever possible.