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A Player Clipped Through A Wall In The Breath Of The Wild DLC & Discovered A Hidden Area

The Master Trials, a 60-level challenge where “players fight enemies in search of an upgrade for the Master Sword” in Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, has an interesting surprise. Reddit user Sharkystheshotty stumbled across a hidden area when playing the game, what many are speculating to be either an area reserved for testing things or something that wasn’t completely removed from the game. Sharky also posted some screenshots, so we’ve included them in a gallery for you down below.

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  1. I’m getting an “Inside the Moon” of Majora’s Mask vibe from this. @.@ All it’s missing is a big ass tree in the center.

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    1. Oh & speaking of which, I’d freaking love to be able to turn into a Goron & roll around all of BotW Hyrule!

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      1. Maybe that will be a thing in a future version of Cemu :-) Of course before that I’m sure there’s gonna be a bunch of patches to extend draw distance and had anisotropic filter or something.

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  2. I love seeing stuff like this. One of my favorite things to do in the original World of Warcraft was to wall jump and find areas like this. Found a textured cave in Stranglethorn amidst a bunch of untextured land. My friend also have a private server where we found we could warp to a very unfinished version of the Emerald Dream.

    I also remember playing a Super Mario Sunshine a few years ago (wound up 100% it) and I knew there was a glitch to get to the bottom of Pianta Village and wound up accidentally doing it lol

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      1. Actually you position yourself on the shine gate, get about as close as you can to the edge to allow yourself to triple jump, and then just FLUDD once when you get to the highest point of the jump. Not sure if I explained it well but ah well.

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  3. Link is traveling through another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That’s the light beacon up ahead – your next stop, the Twilight Zone!

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