Destructoid has posted some pictures of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild game case. This is the first time we’re seeing what the North American version of the game looks like on the inside. During its Treehouse Live segment last month, the localization team showed the box and when they opened it there weren’t any graphics inside. This led many to speculate that perhaps we wouldn’t be receiving double-sided artwork like other territories. That has been proven false, and we do get something to look at every time we open up the Zelda box.
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Looking carefully at the back of the case, there are some interesting information boxes. In addition to letting you know how many players the game supports, and in which modes, the box also informs whether or not the game supports amiibo and the Switch Pro Controller. Even more interesting is that the game shows “ABC” which means that basic reading ability is needed to fully enjoy this game. The game also shows language support, which in this case includes French and Spanish.
Destructoid shows some size comparisons of the Switch case to some other systems. We also do that in our video below:
The Nintendo Switch officially launches on March 3, 2017 worldwide. For more information on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, be sure to check out our preview.