The House of Mario has launched update 1.5.0 for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, although it's nothing to get too excited about. Perhaps the biggest addition are a number of unspecified gameplay fixes, which should hopefully result in a more bug-free experience.

In addition, Ninty has also update the Language options for the critically acclaimed adventure title, with Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean text display now up for grabs. However, these aren't supported for voice acting in Breath of the Wild; only Japanese dialogue is available in this respect. 

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released on Switch as a launch title and has sold over 6.7 million copies to date. In addition, the game is the best-selling entry in the series in Japan in almost two decades. Alice commended Ninty for going full open-world with Link's latest adventure, labelling it his best outing to date.