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The Legend of Zelda: all the Wild is the most open and most important Zelda game to date and fans have created an interactive map that is Google-style to make it easier to navigate this sandbox Hyrule.
A community effort the map, of this Zelda Universe enthusiast website is a remarkable accomplishment but it stuffed to the brim with spoilers for anybody that’s not finished the game. If you find everything from the game yourself we would suggest not looking at this just yet.
It’s not everyone, but that has the time to find everything, so if you will need some advice this is a practical place to go.
High over Hyrule
Significant locations including weapons and equipment, side quests, shrines, collectibles and enemies are marked out by Comparable to Google Maps, this click-and-drag map of Hyrule.
Each stage of interest to the map is color coded to make it easy to find what you’re looking for or what might be about you in a glance.
The map is simply in the first phases of its growth but it’s already tremendously useful and its creators are encouraging everybody to pitch in via a Google form with matters they’ve discovered that have not been added.
The development team hope that they will be able to chronicle each and every place of interest and transform the map to one with Google Street View capabilities to allow users an even closer look.