Fields of destiny
The campaign against Cia and her dark forces is split into several stand-alone battles that take place in both brand new locales and also iconic settings from the Legend of Zelda™ series.
Hyrule Field as featured in Hyrule Warriors
The story begins in the plains that surround Hyrule castle. The fields were once home to flowers and a pristine river, but are now overrun with horrific monsters. The towers and forts built to protect the kingdom are either captured or under siege, and it's up to you to reclaim and protect them.
Death Mountain as featured in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Death Mountain is a fiery nightmare filled with scorching lava and loathsome creatures. The rivers of lava are more than just eye candy on this battlefield—you'll need to find a way around them to accomplish your missions.
Twilight Field as featured in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
The Shadow Pace has re-emerged to loom over this dark landscape from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Fight your way across landmarks like a large bridge in the north valley that was once the scene of an epic battle with King Bulblin. To the south is the legendary Kakariko Village.
Skyloft as featured in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Touch down on Skyloft to do battle beneath the gaze of Levias, the whale-like sky spirit who protects the floating island. Pumpkin Landing, formerly a separate island and home of the Lumpy Pumpkin bar, has somehow crashed into Skyloft and now sits prominently in the battlefield.
Want to take a different path to glory? Try Adventure mode, which features a map inspired by the original Legend of Zelda overworld. Play it to unlock additional characters, collect hard-to-find materials, and to upgrade character features.