We’re all eager to see how the map from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom compares to Hyrule from Breath of the Wild, and fans are already doing a great job of breaking down where each part of the game’s recent demo leads. . place.

As? Well, it’s all thanks to the minimap featured in the Tears of the Kingdom gameplay video. Several people quickly reconstructed much of Sky Island using minimap fragments, but the real key is the X, Y, and Z coordinates shown throughout the video. Using these coordinates, Reddit user teo_many was able to take the Breath of the Wild map, scale it so that the pixels lined up exactly with the numbers, and overlay the minimap screenshots to get an idea of ​​the scale in play. The map even has annotations with all the main moments of the demo.

We’re breaking down the entire game showcase on the r/tearsofthekingdom map

Tears of the Kingdom’s overworld is basically the same as Breath of the Wild’s, though producer Eiji Aonuma says it “changed in a lot of ways.” There are large new areas with sky islands above, and players continue to speculate that there will also be a massive underground cave complex beneath Hyrule.

Judging by this newly put together map, it looks like those islands in the sky will be huge as well. The island we see in the gameplay video appears to be about the same size as the previous game’s opening area, the Great Plateau, maybe even slightly larger. Given that, and the fact that Link appears to only have his starter gear in the game we’ve seen, there’s a lot of money to be had in the idea that this Sky Island will fulfill a similar tutorial role.

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