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Zelda: Breath Of Wild On Nintendo Switch Takes 12 Seconds To Boot From Switch Menu

The recent Nintendo Treehouse stream that was broadcast yesterday revealed that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild only takes 12 seconds to boot from the Nintendo Switch menu. The stream also revealed that the huge gameΒ takes 24 seconds to load upon selecting your save file, which is pretty quick.

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        1. The final product is the product put on sale.. Making technical improvements afterwards doesn’t make it any less final… It’s like saying it will never be the final product untill they get rid of the loading altogether… They reduce the load time to 3 seconds, it’s not the final product till its down two 1 second…

          1. What I meant is that, if they can reduce load times after release, they can also do it right before, who knows.
            Not that I have a problem with 12 seconds, for an initial bootup I don’t mind. More important to me are loadtimes while playing.

  1. That is honestly amazing. Has there been any word on the virtual console aspect??? Cause i really want to get one of these consoles but i want a good selection on the virtual console aspect. Like do you guys think it will have n64 games???

      1. Hopefully they’re saving the info for a big reveal later and not just because, y’know, they’re going to manage it so badly that they’re purposefully not bringing it up.

    1. ||This is the kind of answer I was expecting from someone, good…||

  2. I find interesting that with every new console people are wondering about backwards compatibility VC content. I read stuff like, “what about game cube games”, and “what kind of n64 games will be available”. It reminds me of how for a while every PC gamer wondered “but can it run crysis”…only in an ass backwards kind of way. you know, for the price of a new console you could by a shit ton of old games and their original hardware and wouldn’t have to worry about it. it just makes me feel if Nintendo didn’t spend so much time on re-re-re-re-re- releasing old games, that i feel most nintendo fans already own, then they could put that much more focus in creating brand new IP’s, true follow ups, and sequels. I’m sure there’s a whole division of Nintendo that is responsible for just ports and virtual console stuff so as not to get in the way of the other departments making real games, but still, seems like a pointless demand to me.

  3. Omega Kalas Ridley X3 (Greatness Awaits at Nintendo Switch & Sony PlayStation 4! Come join us in the Light of Darkness!!) says:

    Wow! That sounds impressive to me!

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