Breath of the Wild Sequel Trailer Reversed: BOTW Audio & Music Performed Backward



Now that Nintendo has taken over E3 with the thrilling announcement {that a} Zelda Breath of the Wild sequel is within the works, followers are analyzing each angle of that new trailer. It’s a cinematic trailer (not a gameplay trailer) and the audio sounds prefer it would possibly say one thing when performed in reverse. Does it?

To date, utilizing Kapwing to reverse the video doesn’t reveal a lot, though it sounds even creepier in reverse.

If the above embed doesn’t work, you possibly can go on to the reversed trailer on Kapwing right here. Right here’s the unique trailer for comparability:

Some followers have stated that the trailer makes use of the Demise music theme from Skyward Sword performed backwards:

However that also doesn’t clarify the mysterious chanting within the audio, which sounds prefer it’s reversed. We’ll search for a greater method to reverse the audio to see if it gives any further clues. Some followers suppose they heard Zelda’s lullaby or a little bit of Ganondorf’s theme when performed backward. Right here’s Ganandorf’s Theme from the Ocarina of Time:

And right here is Zelda’s Lullaby from Skyward Sword:

To date, the audio continues to be onerous to decipher even when performed backward. However there definitely may very well be some hidden gems there. We’re reviewing it for extra particulars and can replace this story as they’re accessible. When you suppose you discover one thing within the reversed video, tweet the creator of this text.

Right now, a launch date hasn’t been revealed for the sequel, so will probably be some time earlier than we all know something extra official. The sport continues to be in growth, so it seemingly gained’t be launched till 2021 on the earliest. We don’t also have a working title but, so followers hoping for a 2020 launch will most likely be disenchanted.

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