Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has been shown off in a new Nintendo Treehouse presentation, which revealed some new details about the game and its characters. The video, embedded below, shows off the game’s map and some of its characters. But there’s another BOTW mechanic in the game that you might have missed–hidden Koroks.
Koroks, the stealthy little plant-faced friends from Breath of the Wild, will be scattered all over Age of Calamity, too. You’ll be able to hunt down and identify them when you’re not distracted by hordes of Moblins, although you’ll likely need to be extremely observant to find them all.
Yahaha! You found me!
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) October 7, 2020
It’s unclear what rewards you’ll get for tracking them down, but the pinwheel in the gif above should be familiar to anyone who spend time in BOTW hunting for these folks.
Hilariously, finding all 900 Korok Seeds in Breath of the Wild awarded you with a golden pile of poop. It served no in-game purpose, beyond being a badge of honor. You’ll get a bonus weapon if you played BOTW on Switch.Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a Switch exclusive, and it’ll launch on November 20. Check out GameSpot’s preorder guide ahead of release.
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