hyrule War­riors

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Key Dif­fer­ences

The Nin­tendo Switch port of Hyrule

War­riors is called the De­fin­i­tive Edi­tion for a good rea­son. It com­bines the ex­clu­sive con­tent used in the Wii U and 3DS ver­sions re­spec­tively, and unites them on a con­sole that just hap­pens to sup­port hand­held gam­ing and Tv-based play. The Switch port also sup­ports lo­cal co-op, 1080p res­o­lu­tion (60fps), a max­i­mum level cap of 255, plus so much more. De­fin­i­tive doesn’t even start to cover it all.

Bet­ter ON Switch?

There’s no doubt in our minds that Hyrule War­riors: De­fin­i­tive Edi­tion is the best way to en­joy Omega Force and Team Ninja’s ‘mu­sou’-style ac­tion brawler. With all the ex­clu­sive DLC found on the two pre­vi­ous ver­sions – plus cos­tumes themed around The Leg­end of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild – Switch has be­come the only place to play this over-the-top Hyru­lian bat­tler.

Other FOR­MATS Wii U, 3DS

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