If there was any doubt that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was losing steam, a certain Hong Kong-based newspaper has a photo for any skeptics. In addition to the page-turning ad (seen below), Breath of the Wild received a minor update as well, bringing Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese subtitles to the game.
As is apparent with this ad, the photo takes up almost all literal-space on the page. This seems like a solid marketing, or celebratory, tactic to pair with the fact that game finally features the native language of the country.
The official 1.5.0 patch notes can be seen below:
- You can now select Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), or Korean in the language settings menu on the Switch console to display text in the selected language.
- Voice Language selection is not supported for the above languages. If you choose “Match System Settings” in Options, voice data will be set to Japanese.
- Various fixes to improve gameplay.
Caleb has been a gamer and Nintendo fan since picking up Pokémon Red for his Game Boy back in 1998, at the wee age of 4. He’s an avid Pokémon TCG collector, and is currently enjoying Breath of the Wild on Switch, along with PUBG on Xbox. He’s a fan of the outdoors when not writing, while also being an avid runner and world traveler. Give him a shout if you’re a fan of Arsenal FC.
Plays: Switch, 3DS, Xbox One, Pokémon TCG, and Various Board Games.