Zelda: BOTW Updates: In the game of Zelda, a Breath The Wild player was able to teach an enemy Lizalfos how to play football with a Remote Bomb. He even posted a video of the character scoring its first goal. This is a very funny video which nobody asked for and more importantly, did not expect to come out in the gaming industry.
Link deals with an enemy Lizalfos with swords in action. This was totally not expected when Lizalfos was taught playing football instead of all the sword fights that were expected. Fans are already trying to have fun with all the side activities that are present in the game. This creature playing football and also scoring its first goal is the most hilarious thing that the internet has seen so far.
Players have also been making jokes about moving back to the original quest instead of doing the side quests too much. But it seems that the fans are actually enjoying the side quests more than that of the main storyline.
Zelda: BOTW: Lizalfos To Playing Soccer
Many neat tricks have been discovered by players to cross the ocean aboard Link’s Master Cycle. Others have been wasting a lot of time like watching the behavior of the sheep instead of doing the main quests. A Reddit user Avalares42 posted a funny video to the Zelda subreddit of how he taught Lizalfos to play football.
He shows that Link drops a Bomb in front of the creature and prompted it to knock it between the two campfires that he had set up. The creature followed it and also jumped with joy and Avalares42 expresses his pride in him scoring his first goal.
The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild has been a landmark success ever since it launched on the Nintendo Switch in 2019, so much so that it is now set to be one of the few Zelda games to get a full-blown sequel.
There are also a ton of other things that the players can do except the main quest. You can try it out for yourself as this game is already out to play for everyone. Let us know what you think about this and make sure to stay tuned for more updates.
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