The E3 demo of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be playable at this year’s Japan Expo in Paris. The downside, however, is that the demo is not accessible to the general public. The only way people will be able to try the demo is by getting selected while participating in various contests. Forty People will be selected from the participants of the Legend of Zelda cosplay contest, thirty people will be selected from the participants of the Zelda fanart contest, seventy people will be selected from the participants of the Zelda quiz, and a hundred lucky people can win the opportunity to play the demo by sending an e-mail to Nintendo.

Unfortunately these opportunities are limited to people who are currently living in France, so buying a ticket to Japan Expo Paris for an opportunity to play the Breath of the Wild demo is not a good idea if you’re not French. Since European countries are relatively small, big cons like these always draw lots of visitors from other countries, so it’s a shame that those people will not be able to enjoy the demo. Japan Expo Paris will be held from July 7 to July 10.

Are you attending Japan Expo Paris this year? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Nintendo of France (via Perfectly Nintendo)

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Ward Westerink
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