Nov 12, 2016 05:18 AM EST

‘Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’ Updates: Nintendo Switch Trailer Hides Huge ‘Breath Of The Wild’ Secret For Fans

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One of the games to feature prominently on the Nintendo Switch reveal trailer was the "Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." While many were just ogling over the open world goodness of the new Zelda game, others have uncovered quite a huge reveal for the game.

The first thing that is clearly seen from the trailer, is the gamer happily controlling link on horseback slashing through a group of baddies. iDigital Times have noted that this scene is eerily similar to the trailer for 2006's "Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess" which features link on horseback doing the same thing.

Well, with other clues falling into place like the creator admitting that the game is inspired by "Twilight Princess" and the Wolf Link amiibo rumored to be compatible with the "Breath of the Wild" game. It is pointing to the latest game in the Zelda franchise having a link to the "Twilight" princess game.

Another theory that the site proposes is that the game could set during the original "Legend of Zelda" game. If you listen closely enough, you will hear a melody in the trailer that sounds like the original "Legend of Zelda" theme but with the tempo slowed down.

This theory could have some legs behind it as some fans have noticed that the map of "Breath of the Wild" shares some similarities with the first game. This could be right, as Jobs & Hire has already noted, Nintendo is certainly trying to play the nostalgia card really hard nowadays.

Which also brings fans to a valid question: Could "Legend of Zelda: Breath of A Wild" take place from a merged timeline of the other Zelda games? Lastly, there is some speculation that the boss shown in the trailer could be King Moblin from Link's Awakening.

However, there are also other theories ranging from it being a Hinox. According to Nintendo, The Switch will release in March 2017.

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