Nintendo debuted new footage from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild during The Game Awards 2016’s pre-show. Check out the gameplay from the livestream above to see Link roam the open world.
The first video showed Link fighting off monsters, riding his trusty steed and avoiding the chaos that has plagued his home. It’s a very brief look at the game, but an entirely new one nonetheless.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime appeared during actual The Game Awards event to premiere a second trailer, below. Eiji Aonuma, the game’s director, appeared at the beginning of the video to apologize for missing the show. Instead, he prepared a video of members of the team at Treehouse, the Nintendo localization arm, playing the game on Wii U.
Unlike the first quick trailer, this video focused on new gameplay straight from Breath of the Wild. Link charges and slashes his way through some lush green environments, and the Treehouse players make sure to use his full arsenal of weapons.
We last saw Breath of the Wild in-depth at E3 2016, where Nintendo devoted much of its showfloor to the game. Unlike previous entries in the series, this one has a much larger environment to explore — and players won’t even need to see the story to its end in order to finish the game.
Breath of the Wild hits both Wii U and Nintendo’s next console, the Switch, sometime in 2017. The company has yet to reveal a release date, although the Switch is due out in March.