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Nintendo retira los videos del mod Second Wind de Zelda: Breath Of The Wild | LevelUp

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A few days ago we told you about the work that a modder was doing with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which offered a large amount of content to the game. However, now it has just been revealed that Nintendo has already removed most of the related videos on YouTube.

That’s right, it seems that Nintendo is Nintendo again and now it took aim at the YouTube videos focused on the Second Wind mod of the last installment of the saga on the Waikuteru user channel.

Second Wind is at risk of disappearing

If you had not heard of this expansion in the form of a mod, we mention that The Legend of Zelda: Second Wind – A Breath of the Wild Expansion, offers free downloadable content with new missions, areas, weapons and bosses, although everything indicates that this work is in danger because Nintendo has already detected it.

Because of this, the modder asks all users for help to unite their efforts in a single voice (and in a channel of discord) to make Nintendo change their mind and allow you to continue with your project:

“Nintendo attacked my channel and removed 40 videos so far. If this continues, the channel will be blank in a week. I know a lot of you like mods, hence the subscription. There is only one way to stop the termination of Nintendo mods and that is to convince the company with a large number of people to change their minds. The goal is to gather many people so that Nintendo listens to us, “said the user.

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It is worth mentioning that although the videos related to the mod were removed, the extra content of the game is still available and Nintendo has not yet taken action against such work.

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