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Someone found a new Zelda: Breath of the Wild glitch area after all this time

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It involves the DLC

A link between glitch worlds?

Last week Mety333 managed to find a new Zelda: Breath of the Wild glitch, which comes roughly a year and a half since the launch of the game. Or more precisely since it involves The Master Trials DLC, a year and two months since that particular add-on went live.

Mety333 glitches out the trials and sneaks into a new area (by using a launched box to phase through a wall), which features an open air plane with a world's edge, plenty of surfing spots, and strange bugged out aesthetics: like puddles of water that turn into lava. It gets really impressive at 5:30 after Mety finds a gigantic post-apocalyptic Mad Max style dome.

Interestingly the area is filled with different biomes, going from a stormy hellscape to a snow-capped winter wonderland, to an idyllic summer field in moments. The fact that you can even explore unintentional glitch zones (which may have been a way to glue all of the DLC together) in Breath of the Wild is incredible.

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