As ever, The Legend of Zelda artistic talents are overflowing and this time we witness Link’s house from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild created using Lego.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild released in March 2017 on the Wii U and Nintendo Switch to critical acclaim. Many critics called it one of the greatest video games of all time with Jose Otero of IGN describing it as “a masterclass in open-world design”. Almost a year and a half later, gamers still haven’t forgotten how The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild made them feel and many have been inspired to create their own homage to it – just like user Boba1980 has done over on Reddit when they recently showcased their very own Lego set-up of Link’s home that’s found within the game.
Boba1980 proudly shows off their latest creation on Reddit which includes pictures of Link’s house that you can find in the Hateno village area where you get the chance to buy and upgrade it and then, once you finish all the upgrades, you then can enter into what some say is one of the best side quests of the game. Throughout the pictures, we see a close up of the inside of Link’s home that’s meticulously designed with little books, a bed and even a bedside table with a yellow flower on it. Boba goes to get lengths in their Lego creation to make sure the little details are implemented giving this build a truly personal touch.
The greenery around the house is also brilliantly crafted from the well-constructed stables that harbor the horses beside a glittering pond right down to the many trees scattered around the garden with rich colored red apples hanging from them – everywhere you look you find something new and captivating. This would be an amazing product to send into Lego Ideas in the hopes that they could pick up on it like when we saw the creator of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Stables in Lego form submit their ideas for their product to be turned into a potential set if their build idea hit 10k supporters.
You can check out Boba1980 over on Instagram to see many more of their other creations that include all things Star Wars that they have also built from Lego. If you’re into The Legend of Zelda fan art, you should check this article out where Nintendo UK held a competition for the best art that brought in many talented artists wanting to share their work.
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