Over the past couple of weeks new details have been surfacing on The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess HD, most of these are in relation to improvements over the original Gamecube and Wii versions of the game. Of late it has been revealed that the game will feature a gyroscope control system, sharper textures and even better load times, all of the revealed changes are decent and are sure to add to the game and now we know even more.

Thanks to an article in the latest issue of Games Master even more details about Twilight Princess HD have surfaced.

In a short article which also contains a few comments from Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, the magazine reveals that Epona handles better and Link has increased mobility while swimming. “Looking back now, getting the controls for both land and water just right has proven to be a big challenge throughout the series,” Aonuma said.

GamesMaster also touches upon another change regarding chests in Twilight Princess HD:

“In the original, if your wallet was full and you opened a chest that contained Rupees, the Rupees would remain in the chest and its lid would close. The problem here being that in previous games players used open chests to know they’d visited a location, and this change meant they could no longer do that. Aonuma and his team considered this and reimplemented chests that remain open after you interact with them.”