Like all Musou games before it, Hyrule Warriors is going to have several heroes at the control of the players. The developers are taking their time showing these characters and we now have a closer look at a few more. This time, Nintendo has shown Kohga, Hetsu, and King Hyrule.
King Hyrule is the leader of Hyrule, and is also the father of Zelda. In The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, he was able to leave his spirit behind to help Link in the first parts of the game. Now, he’s a playable character in the upcoming Musou game.
Based on the new character profiles, King Hyrule will wield a greatsword into battle. Players also had access to this weapon in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild.
On the other hand, Hetsu is the leader of the Koroks. He is a large creature who dances and tasks Link to collect Korok Seeds. As a playable character in the upcoming game, he’ll likely have access to supportive abilities just like he did in Breath of the Wild. He might even be able to use the Korok Seeds at his disposal too.
In Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity, Kohga is going to be a playable character. In The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, he’s fought as a boss. He is also the leader of the Yiga clan. In Breath of the Wild, Kohga had telekinetic and ninja abilities. It will be exciting to see how these will translate into the upcoming title.
There are a ton of characters confirmed for the game already. However, players are still longing to see who else will join the large roster. Hopefully, the game gets an expansive roster much like the original game. The original game had over 20 characters from various The Legend of Zelda games.
Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity launches for the Nintendo Switch on Nov. 20. Hetsu, Kohga, and King Hyrule are just some of the characters that make up the roster. There are still many others we’ve yet to get the full profile on and players are excited to learn more about the others.
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