It's almost unimaginable to find someone who hasn't heard of Minecraft in the gaming industry. Its open-world appeal, endless creative potential, unique graphics, and the fact that it's a game that doesn't require high-end PC specs all contribute to it having a large following, transcending age groups, and just generally being one of the greatest IPs in recent history.
YouTuber CRAIY and another user named Joris have basically transformed Minecraft into The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. A video uploaded recently shows what this mod includes, as well as some of the game's adaptations.
The Sheikah tower and the Sheikah tablets in Breath of the Wild, as well as the Bokoblins' campsites, are all randomly generated. Similar to BotW, the mod allows players to build ice pillars in water as well as throw and detonate bombs.
It's a fairly impressive looking mod, which is available to download for those who are interested. This is also not the first time someone has taken this iconic Nintendo series and integrated it into Mojang's open-world game. A while back, another user showed images of them also remaking Breath of the Wild in Minecraft, so it's possible that fans are eager to bring the two together at some point.
Breath of the Wild is one of the most popular Legend of Zelda games, but it's also one of the finest Nintendo games ever released, according to Metacritic. That alone is enough to motivate people to want to make their own Minecraft versions, and the one developed by CRAIY and Joris is quite stunning, especially for those who are both fans of both.
Minecraft is now available on mobile devices, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.