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Hey, listen! Zelda: Breath of the Wild streams are spoiling the game's ending

Leaked copies spill spoilers (but not here).

Wii U copies of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are being streamed online - and people are already revealing the game's ending.

Well, they're trying. Breath of the Wild lets you head straight to the game's final area. I watched someone try to beat it with just the opening quota of three hearts. It was slow progress.

Still, story details are now out there - so be careful where you click online from now until Friday.

The game's Wii U version has now been cracked, allowing anyone with the technical know-how to download it and play.

Fans are also picking apart the game's files, and surfacing some spoilery items and location names.

We won't list any spoilers here, but for those who do want to risk a peek - here's a couple of the early streams online right now.

Nintendo, for some reason, doesn't seem to be on the ball taking them down - one streamer has been going since last night.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild launches officially this Friday, alongside the arrival of Nintendo Switch. Not long now until Eurogamer gives its official verdict on both.

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