Breath of the Wild Now Playable In Minecraft Thanks To Mod

Fans of Minecraft and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild have something to celebrate because talented modders have added many of the latter's features into Microsoft's blocky sandbox. Minecraft continues to be one of the most popular games in the world thanks to its developers continuously releasing new content through free updates. Last month's free The Wild Update added an intimidating Deep Dark biome and the even scarier Warden enemy. However, unofficial modded content continues to expand the blocky sandbox game in unprecedented ways.

Since Minecraft has been available for more than ten years, modders have had ample time to add a seemingly endless amount of content to the game. One mod recently overhauled Minecraft's combat and more to resemble Elden Ring, complete with intense boss battles and lots of new items to loot. Another mod converts the game into what many could be convinced is a new Wind Waker game, considering the large amount of new content the collection of mods adds. Now, fans of the latest Zelda game have a different Minecraft mod to check out.


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A collection of new mods have added loads of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild features into Minecraft. As reported by Game Rant (via PCgamesN), the Minecraft Breath of Wild mod gameplay was posted on CRAIY's YouTube channel. After installing the mods, Minecraft players can search for randomly generated Sheikah towers and bokoblin camps containing unique loot. Besides new items, weapons, and gear, players can also find their own Sheikah slate and experiment with its abilities. Similar to Zelda BOTW, the magical item allows fans to use a variety of special skills like magnetism, remote bombs, and the potentially comedic Stasis power, which still allows players to send enemies (or unlucky sheep) flying after a few good whacks.

The Legend of Minecraft: Breath of the Wild

Mods for Minecraft range significantly in complexity. While some mods help reskin certain characters to change their appearance, other mods like the Breath of the Wild mod transform Minecraft into something that feels like a different game entirely. This is part of the charm of developer Mojang's creation, as it gives players and modders the tools to create almost anything they can think of, as long as it can be made with cubes.

New official Minecraft content like the Lightyear DLC added exciting missions, vehicles, and skins from this summer's Pixar film to the game. The new updates and the endless amount of creativity from modders have helped keep interest in the game years after its original release. While a new Minecraft game is in the works, an action/strategy game called Minecraft Legends, the desire for a proper Minecraft 2 seems almost nonexistent, thanks to the first game continuously evolving thanks to official updates and mods alike.