A new iteration of Nintendo flagship franchise The Legend of Zelda has been teased and promised on the Wii U since before the console's troubled launch, and although it's still not due until next year, the big N has finally let us have a bit of a look.
During its "Play Nintendo E3 Digital Event" the Wii U platform holder introduced Zelda fgurehead Eiji Aonuma to talk about how the team is approaching the series' first outing in high definition, and offered several scenes of in-engine footage.
Vast colourful environments, Link's horse Epona, and a fantasical monster where all on show.
Bizzarely the publisher doesn't appear to have released a standalone trailer for the footage yet (it starts at around 01:05:00 in the full Twitch TV
broadcast recording), but IGN has thoughtfully cropped out the relevant section for us on Youtube, check it out below.
Although there's no official title for The Legend of Zelda's first Wii U outing, Nintendo has set 2015 as a release window.