The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild is certainly one of the most loved Nintendo video games ever: users have been captivated by a beautiful and rich open world , with very few peers on the market.
The title, however, was designed to be used in single player and does not include any multiplayer component: a YouTuber has decided that he wants to change things, offering a substantial bounty to anyone who proves able to add this feature on Breath of the Wild with a mod .
In recent years, users have found different ways to test themselves , even discovering the method to obtain the impossible Korok Seed .
There are also those who have decided to face a boss battle worthy of Sekiro : some of these fans may, however, decide to face an even more important challenge , or at least this is the wish of a content creator.
YouTuber PointCrow has decided to offer a $ 10,000 bounty to modders who are able to implement a real multiplayer mode on Breath of the Wild.
However, the challenge will have to follow specific requirements in order to access the prize: you will have to be able to support up to 4 players, the inventories will have to be separated and users will be able to be wherever they want on the map.
Everything will have to be completed two months before the sequel to Zelda Breath of the Wild is officially available, but there was no lack of controversy .
One of the opponents is in fact Sam Sharma , the Director of Product of Bungie and Destiny 2 , who has publicly criticized the requirements imposed by the YouTuber, pointing out that some have no idea what it means to develop a feature of this type, or a real video game.
In reference to the size offered by the YouTuber, in a subsequent tweet Sam Sharma also pointed out that 10,000 dollars are spent only on a concept art that can describe exactly how multiplayer works.
In short, for a job of this magnitude the size offered by the content creator would not be enough for a project of this magnitude, definitely very ambitious compared to a ” normal ” multiplayer mod.