A YouTuber just lately launched a multiplayer mod for Breath of the Wild, and in response, Nintendo had his movies protecting the mod taken down.
Just lately, a YouTuber and speedrunner by the identify of PointCrow, or Eric Morino, launched a multiplayer mod for Breath of the Wild. Nonetheless, since, Nintendo has copyright struck his movies protecting the mod, having them taken down. Once they had been taken down, the movies had amassed hundreds of thousands of views and had been a number of the creator’s most profitable and standard movies.
If you already know something about Nintendo, nevertheless, you’ll know that the legendary firm has an extended historical past of taking authorized motion towards anyone doing issues with its IP that the corporate doesn’t approve of, often incomes the ire of players the world over. On the time of writing, the movies are nonetheless inaccessible, although it’s unclear in the event that they’ll have the ability to return up with monetization disabled. Both method, it’s actually a blow for PointCrow.
Whereas that is disappointing information, the modding scene for Breath of the Wild remains to be extremely energetic, and you’ll nonetheless obtain and play PointCrow’s multiplayer mod. If you happen to didn’t know, Breath of the Wild by way of emulation on PC isn’t solely totally playable however there are a ton of various mods on the market for the sport you possibly can take a look at out for your self. Plus, you possibly can play the sport at nearly any decision or framerate you’d like, too.
So far as the multiplayer mod for Breath of the Wild goes, there are nonetheless kinks to be labored out when it comes to janky mechanics and occasional glitches, however when you get it arrange, it really works. What’s extra is that you could have up to an enormous 32 gamers on a single server utilizing the mod, which is loopy contemplating it is a singleplayer sport solely formally launched for the Nintendo Swap and Wii U.
No matter whether or not the movies return up, although, PointCrow actually already has an enduring achievement to be happy with for bringing precise multiplayer to probably the most standard video games ever made.