Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Gameplay and New Trailer!

Ruben Fields
September 28, 2020

It was previously suggested that she would end up joining the cast of characters, but it has now been confirmed during the Koei Tecmo Tokyo Game Show 2020 broadcast. Impa is a Seeker who works as a government aide to Hyrule Castle. We all knew that Link, Zelda, and the Champions of Hyrule would be playable characters, but I never would've imagined that Impa, the elder of Kakariko Village in Breath of the Wild, would be in the game, much less playable.

Nintendo has released a brand new trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, and this trailer focuses on the Champions as they get ready to prepare for battle against Ganon's armies.

Mipha, full of grace as ever, utilizes her trident and the call of surging water to blast enemies in tandem of physical combat and magic that fans of the Dynasty Warriors franchise will likely find themselves well at home with. As for the new trailer, it had clips of the other playable characters in action.

If in case you have save knowledge for The Legend of #Zelda: Breath of the Wild in your #NintendoSwitch, you'll obtain the bonus Coaching Sword weapon for Hyperlink in #HyruleWarriors: Age of Calamity! Play the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity game to see firsthand what happened 100 years ago.

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And as seen in this new story trailer, this Breath of the Wild prequel is looking gorgeous.

Daruk brings about a CC ability that stops legions of foes in their tracks, while also bringing about the ball form that was immortalized in the best LoZ title of all-time, Legend of Zelda: Majoras Mask.

For those interested in actual merchandise, Hyrule Warriors in Japan has a special Treasure Box edition, an exclusive for the My Nintendo store, Gamecity, Geo, and Amazon Japan.

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