Ever since the historic Zelda franchise reached its 30th anniversary in early 2016, Nintendo has been releasing a series of collector’s books to celebrate the occasion. The third and final book in this 30th anniversary series, titled The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Master Works, recently released in Japan, and it includes exclusive looks at early concept art from the latest Zelda adventure.
Scans from the book give us some insight into the development of Breath of the Wild‘s beautiful world and memorable characters. There are several interesting early takes on Guardians and Divine Beasts, re-imaginings of locations like Rito Village and Hyrule Castle, alternate looks for the Sheikah tribe, and more. There’s even a rather unnerving picture of a Wizzrobe outside of its robe. You can feast your eyes on all the art by clicking the gallery below.
If you’re interested in buying the book for yourself, it’s available on Play-Asia. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Master Works has 416 pages full of visual designs and info on Link’s most recent adventure in Hyrule. That includes sections on artwork, the making of the game, and the history of Hyrule.