Early Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 comparison shows improved volumetric clouds and increased draw distance; Offers a glimpse of simulated Switch Pro 60FPS gameplay

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An early comparison video of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 has surfaced after yesterday’s new trailer, which shows several improvements over the original Breath of the Wild.

During the E3 Direct broadcast, Nintendo finally released a new trailer for the upcoming Breath of the Wild sequel featuring gameplay and a glimpse into the game’s world. The trailer looked quite impressive and the YouTube channel “ElAnalistaDeBits” has now released a new video comparing the game’s visuals and features to the original Breath of the Wild from 2017.

We’ve included this early comparison video below:

The first thing fans may have noticed is the game’s new sky world, in addition to a noticeable improvement in volumetric clouds compared to the first game. The map appears to be the same, although there seem to be some changes in the terrain.

Based on the comparison video, Link’s animations have not changed in the future. New enemies and weapons are featured in the video.

Compared to the 2017 title, the draw distance also seems to have increased significantly in the upcoming sequel.

The new comparison video also offers a bit of simulated New Nintendo Switch Pro 60FPS gameplay. Of course, the rumored new Pro model has yet to be officially announced by Nintendo, but it’s still interesting to see how Breath of the Wild 2 could run at 60FPS on the new Switch model.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is slated to release on Nintendo Switch next year.

Return to Hyrule – and the skies above – in this first look at the gameplay for the sequel to the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, slated for release on #NintendoSwitch in 2022.

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