Animal Crossing New Horizons: A player recreates Hyrule Castle from Zelda Breath of the Wild!

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Animal Crossing New Horizons: A player recreates Hyrule Castle from Zelda Breath of the Wild!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons had a real revival last November with the release of Update 2.0 and the Happy Home Paradise DLC. The novelties that followed raised the field of possibilities to such an extent that a real frenzy seized the community, which multiplied the photos of renovations and constructions on social networks, and in particular on Twitter.

Among the most useful additions for construction, medieval objects like the Castle Wall, the Castle Gate, the Keep, and the Medieval Wall are very popular because they allow create real fortresses in 3D without going through the customization of Single partitions, which only gave a 2D rendering. Another very useful item is the Neon Sticker Set, which allows you to affix personalized patterns on a wall taking into account transparency, allowing players to create all kinds of things, such as windows or stains.

Happy Home Paradise also brought its share of new features that players were quick to hijack, such as polishing effects that can be applied to objects. They are used to associate an effect with an object, such as making them appear shiny, gloomy or cold, and are fully customizable – which makes them all the more versatile.

All these novelties have unleashed the creativity of the players, including one player in particular who has set herself the goal of recreate iconic locations from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with the mechanics of Animal Crossing: New Horizons …

The Animal Crossing community is full of talent, and the player Naydinfar deserves to be recognized for its creations. A regular at New Horizons, Naydinfar is able to recreate locations from Breath of the Wild with amazing precision., like hyrule castle of which she shared videos. Below, you can find his speedbuild from outside the castle, as well as a short video showing its main piece:

As you can see, these constructions were largely made possible by the aforementioned elements, but also thanks to custom designs created by Naydinfar herself. To find all his designs, you can go through the terminal in the clothing store of the Fairy Fingers or directly by your Nookphone, and enter the creator code of Naydinfar, namely: MA-7185-3701-8913.

If this kind of construction interests you, Naydinfar shares all his creations on Instagram, where you can find other places from BOTW like Impa’s house and the Wall of Elimith.

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