Building the interactive map as part of his computer science studies, YouTuber Nassim‘s Software re-created the entire Hyrule with a top-down view in a web browser much like Google Maps. You can then zoom in gradually with pins located at various landmarks in the game, all the way down to the Street View of those locations. To make things even cooler, you’ll also be able to navigate through the in-game world using pointers exactly like Google Maps’ Street View function, allowing gamers to relive their adventures in Hyrule while waiting for the long-anticipated sequel.
For those interested in checking out Hyrule through this Google Maps experience, you can head over to its website.
Elsewhere in gaming, Diablo Immortal has been delayed until 2022.