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Revealing Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide pulled from Amazon

Spoilers: it's very big indeed.

We always knew Zelda: Breath of the Wild would be big, but Nintendo's official guide to the game has now revealed exactly how huge it is.

Turns out, Breath of the Wild is enormous.

The guide was noticed by Zelda fans over the weekend on Amazon UK - but, as of this morning, its listing now displays a 404 error.

It seems Nintendo might not have wanted these details out in the wild just yet.

So, how big is the game? Spoilers for the number of puzzles and mini-dungeons lie below.

Breath of the Wild's guide boasts of "120 Shrine mini-dungeons, 900 Korok seed puzzles and 76 side quests".

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Korok and roll.

That's on top of further "optional challenges, mini-games, unlockables, Easter eggs, and more".

900 Korok seed puzzles? We spotted a few Koroks in last year's E3 demo - they are the little tree people from Wind Waker, who asked you to help regrow their forest.

Breath of the Wild's demo featured hidden Koroks who would appear if you performed certain actions - such as diving off a cliff into a pool of water below. It's unknown how they will feature in the full game.

As for the Shrine mini-dungeons, we had previously heard there were over 100 of these underground puzzle areas, many of which can be solved in multiple ways.

Finally, Zelda's side-quest system was shown this month in the game's Treehouse Live stream, where Link was given the task of hunting down a particular rare horse. Breath of the Wild has a quest log screen to keep track of all your active side-quests.

Nintendo has yet to detail how many main dungeons Breath of the Wild contains, although the current fan theory - inspired by the game's Collector's Edition map - is there will be four, based off of the four bosses mentioned in the game's backstory.

Can't wait for more? We chatted with Nintendo's very own Zelda boss Eiji Aonuma to quiz him on everything Breath of the Wild - how it changed when it arrived on Nintendo Switch, and how it might have featured a female Link.

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