Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is receiving an exciting update. Until now, users have played the game in third-person view, but with the new Nintendo Switch update, the game will allow users to play the game in the first person perspective.
The VR mode will help you to appreciate every scenery and to stop to view it once in a while. But the first-person mode is being taken to a whole other level. You can try to run the game on a CEMU emulator on your PC that will maintain a steady 60 frames per second. Don’t worry about the resolution, because your computer can handle it.
On the emulator and PC, the game is playable in the first person mode too. Also, you can run the game on the Wii U too and the Switch. The Wii U has been updated with this mode for a long, but the Switch will require booting into a firmware through homebrew. So, both of the consoles will need serious configuring for the game.
Also, the fun fact is that when in battle, the game will switch you automatically into third-person, but you can snap back into first-person mode any time you want, even during the actions sequences.
There are three types of first person perspective to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
From the description page we know that this mode comes in three versions:
- The first version is the DefaultFOV – that is the basic and recommended FOV for both devices, PC or VR;
- The second version is the WiderFOV – this mode will allow the player to see more around him. Using the VR you will see everything more real, but sometimes the objects could be seen pixelated when they are at a distance;
- The third version is the NarrowerFOV – this will let you see less around you. It’s perfect for PC users because in VR the game will be less pixelated.
Finally, if you want to download Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in the first-person gaming mode, click this link.
Agnes is a technical writer, being in touch with reports to come up with the latest tech leaks.