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A fan who recreates an iconic Lego building

Slowly but surely release The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears Closer, which is why it’s time to revisit his predecessor Breath of the Wild.

And time is a good keyword: a fan built an iconic structure for a Lego open-world title, perhaps also to bridge the waiting time until the back. Not actually, but with the help of a Lego Ideas tool: Executing a detailed castle at the time should have taken about as long as building out of physical bricks.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Lego Citadel is still a fan’s dream

on lego ideas User LEGOoverwatch submitted his fan project with many images and he did a great job. Seemingly straight out of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the Citadel of Time, with its right side intact and left side crumbled, is just waiting for a brave Lego hero to explore.

You can actually see it in a few pictures: Lego Link, along with Block King Rhoam and Block Bokoblin, is always ready to go on a building adventure. An adventure that will unfortunately remain purely digital: Nintendo recently announced that you can no longer submit fan projects as potential products via Lego Ideas, such as Brick fanatics mentioned.

The impressive project by user LEGO Overwatch should be content to dream leftovers made of building blocks. It’s not clear if Nintendo introduced this rule because it soon wants to sell official Zelda products made from Lego. But you certainly can’t take away the fun of digital design from a fan.

Hot information about the tears of the kingdom

While fans have been busy with projects like the ones mentioned above until the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, some new information about the long-awaited sequel has recently surfaced to the public. The promotional brochure seems to indicate that the sequel It will not offer a multiplayer option.

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like that Exclusive Nintendo Switch OLED images It appeared, which comes in a Kingdom’s Tears design with golden Joy-Cons and matching decorations. In a good four months, on May 12 to be exact, we’ll find out if Part 2 can still outpace the astronomical ratings for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WIld.