Earlier this week, Nintendo published some short comments from Legend Of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma, who shared a bit more about The Legend Of Zelda: Link’s Awakening‘s new dungeon making feature.
Dubbed “Chamber Dungeons”, this special mode in the Link’s Awakening Remake allows players to essentially build their own dungeons to explore. According to Aonuma, this was a feature he has been thinking about adding to Zelda for a while, and he hopes players will enjoy it.
You can check out his comments below:
After completing a dungeon in the main adventure, you’ll earn rooms from that dungeon known as “Chambers” that you can rearrange to form a new Chamber Dungeon. Dampé will also task you with arranging dungeons that fit a specific criteria too.
I have wanted to include a feature like this in a Zelda game for a while, but I wanted to keep it simple and avoid making it overly complicated. So instead, we made it a puzzle-solving experience, where players can discover and complete the dungeon they arranged themselves.
Even if you’ve already beaten a dungeon in the main adventure, mixing elements and rearranging the chambers around can lead to some surprising outcomes. I hope you’ll have fun arranging and playing through your own Chamber Dungeons!
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening will be hitting the Nintendo Switch on 20 September 2019. Pre-order your copy here.
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