One creative Minecraft player has brought the land of Hyrule from Breath of the Wild to their game with a cozy recreation of Link’s house.
Fans of the Legend of Zelda series have gotten busy in Minecraft. It’s not the first time that Hyrule has been recreated in Minecraft, but now one enterprising player has taken fellow Zelda fans inside Link’s house from the recent installment, Breath of the Wild.
In Breath of the Wild, one of the side quests involves the player completing tasks so that Link can get a home all his own in Hateno Village. The “Hylian Homeowner” quest requires the player to acquire 3,000 rupees and 30 bundles of wood in order to meet the initial asking price for the dilapidated dwelling that Link will eventually own. Once the player acquires these resources, they can spend additional rupees to furnish their house. The home is important because it provides players a place to rest and recuperate from a day of adventuring and store any excess weapons or materials they won’t need when they venture back into Hyrule.
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One enterprising Minecraft player on Reddit by the name of Pug227, decided to recreate Link’s house in the sandbox-game Minecraft in painstaking detail. The full build appears to be fully furnished, with a bed, weapon mounts, flowers, and a sign and tree outside. Many fans in the comments expressed their approval at the level of detail and care that went into Pug227’s build. There were also quite a few snarky comments about how it’s nice to see Link’s house without unwelcome intruders, an issue that Breath of the Wild players often have to face.
Building locations from other game worlds is a fairly common pastime for Minecraft players. Creative gamers have built everything in Minecraft from Among Us maps to recreations of the world of Pokémon. Of course, locations from other fictional universes like Harry Potter have been recreated in the game, but recently some of the most impressive Minecraft builds have recreated locations from the real world. A recreation of Amsterdam in Minecraft recently captivated the minds of players with its level of detail and accuracy, so it seems that players are going to keep trying to one-up each other when it comes to builds.
Although building one tiny house isn’t nearly as expansive as building a whole city, it’s still incredibly impressive nonetheless. Pug227 has done a wonderful job faithfully recreating this iconic location and clearly inspired several other players to try their hand at a similar build. While a Breath of the Wild sequel may not be coming soon, there are still many players who can’t get visions of Hyrule out of their heads.
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