The Temple of Time, familiar to players of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword, will make its return in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. While some had the chance to tour the classic location during the E3 2016 demo, Nintendo uploaded a brief clip surveying the abandoned building on its Facebook page today.
Ruins surround the Temple, itself in shambles after untold events. That’s a departure from its state in Ocarina of Time, where the sacred towers stood just past Hyrule Castle Town. Now, the Temple of Time is found near the Great Plateau and the Shrine of Resurrection, where the kingdom of Hyrule is said to be born.
Even though it’s covered in moss and there are several walls missing, the Temple of Time is still an impressive site. Everything we’ve seen from Breath of the Wild, a Wii U and Nintendo "NX" game that’s due in March 2017, has pointed to it standing as the most beautiful Zelda game yet. Just as the look of the Temple differs from Link’s previous journeys, so too does Breath of the Wild’s gameplay, however — the game is more of an open world adventure than its predecessors, and it’s possible to beat it without seeing the story to the end.
Watch our video below for a better sense of how Breath of the Wild is in action.