These days an avid fan of the Zelda saga has created something truly incredible: one particular version of Google Maps inspired by the title “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”. The project, called “Zelda Breath of The Wild Street View”, is the work of YouTuber Nassim, a computer science student and software developer. And precisely in the course of his studies, the young man he recreated the entire Hyrule with an overhead view in a web browser very similar to Google Maps. A dedicated site therefore allows users to admire the various panoramic views collected within the game, and also to explore some of its most iconic places.
Hyrule on Google Maps: Nassim’s incredible project
If you are a fan of the famous “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” you certainly can’t miss the experience of Hyrule on Google Maps created by YouTuber Nassim. It is in effect a map of Hyrule as seen from above, which allows you to pass from the panoramic view to the first person view simply by clicking on a pin, and then controlling the 360 degree panoramic camera. And to make the browsing experience even more interesting, you will have the possibility to move within the different locations using the pointers just like in the function “Street View” of Google Maps. This way you can relive the Zelda gaming experience while waiting for the sequel to be released.
At the moment, you can also find panoramic views of Whistling Hill, Torrin Wetlands, Gut Check Rock and Eldin’s Great Skeleton within the map. Although the westernmost part of Hyrule on Google Maps appears to contain more visible locations than the eastern one. To overcome this inconvenience, the site created by Nassim includes a link that allows players to submit their localizations and screenshots for approval. If you can send some shot of the Tanagar Canyon, for example, we’re pretty sure Nassim would be grateful to you. In the meantime, though, enjoy this incredible view of Hyrule from the site created by the young YouTuber.