it recreates the Hyrule castle from The Legend of Zelda for a breathtaking result

In March 2020, to accompany the holding of the first confinement linked to the coronavirus pandemic, came out Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Almost two years have passed since its release and the game has continued to expand its content. Many were the objects added, allowing the most creative players to recreate landscapes from legendary universes, like this Hyrule castle from The Legend of Zelda.

When the legend of zelda meets animal crossing: new horizons

Link, Zelda, Ganondorf, Hyrule, names that evoke one of the most popular sagas in video games, namely The Legend of Zelda. A franchise born in the 80s which saw the birth of not far from 29 games. And as one looms on the horizon The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 eagerly awaited, fans of the franchise can always visit Hyrule up and down, and across, through the various opuses available to them. But sometimes, it happens that the lovers of this license try to merge it with a title, also very popular, Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

A sandbox title in which players can decorate and transform their island paradise as they see fit. And with the latest additions with the last big update, it is now possible to put up walls, stone arches and other towers to give a medieval aspect to this corner of paradise. Enough elements for u / Naydinfar-Crossing to decide to turn his island into a Hyrule castle. A fortified town which has nothing to envy to the Hylian charm and which finds its letters of nobility in its attention to detail. u / Naydinfar-Crossing offers you an owner’s tour via the video just below.

Note that the player in question is used to creations of the genre. On several occasions in recent months, u / Naydinfar-Crossing has shared, through his Reddit account, his various creations. We thus find the Lost Woods, the battle of the wall of Elimith or the village of Euzero. Creations that you can also find on his Instagram account, just here. Note that u / Naydinfar-Crossing shares its personalized patterns via its various posts, thus allowing interested parties to retrieve them via the Fairy Finger Sisters store.

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