The legend of Zelda is one of Nintendo’s oldest and most popular game franchises, with the recent title of breath of the wild giving us a new take on characters like Link, Zelda, and Gannon as a fan decided to show what this game would look like as a Studio Ghibli product. Ghibli, which is often considered one of the most legendary animation studios, has created anime feature films such as Princess Mononoke, Howl’s Moving Castle, Spirited Awayand many others who have promoted the studio’s brand around the world.
Studio Ghibli is set to release a new movie later this year in earwig and the witch, seizing the opportunity to dabble in the world of computer graphics for this upcoming anime. Following this entry, Ghibli seeks to adapt the popular story known as “How do you livewhich means there’s still a lot of work to be done for the legendary animation house. Hayao Miyazaki has come out of retirement to work in the world of animation once again, and it’s clear that Ghibli still lives up to its reputation. that has established over the decades!
Twitter user BigSkyCastle shared this stunning piece of art that imagines what Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild it might seem as if it’s under the pen of legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki, as the franchise seems almost tailor-made to be a doorway in the Studio Ghibli house:
The legend of Zelda has given us a number of different story lines that have explored different versions of the land of Hyrule, with breath of the wild being one of the most talked about thanks to its new mechanics and unique cel shading art style. With a sequel already in the works, we can’t wait to revisit the in-depth world that had us spending countless hours as Link exploring the terrain.
While there have been rumors in the past about a possible The legend of Zelda television series, we’re still waiting to see this legendary Nintendo franchise get an animated adaptation at some point in the future.
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