Yesterday, publisher THQ Nordic showed off some new gameplay in a meaty 9-minute trailer, but why watch that when you can see my interview with the video game’s imaginative director, Stefan Ljungqvist, rather?
In the video below, you can hear him talk about the mutations, the battle, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. He also speaks a bit about his experience operating at Avalanche Studios and the lessons he learned from working on both Just Cause and Mad Max. At one point, a real-life pet revealed up throughout the interview. I will not lie. It was very amazing.
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Revealed at Gamescom in 2017, the kung fu … cat/panda/bear-thing caught the creativity of everybody with that very first trailer. To experience this #content, you will need to allow targeting cookies. If you delighted in the interview, do please let us know in the comments. The RPS Vidbuds are constantly open to attempting brand-new things, and if the individuals like this, then maybe we’ll do more in the future.