Breath could well mean "parada para respirar"(pause/break/rest) when running, for example, and then going running again. Perhaps they took that idea and the title is in that sense, not exactly a translation but the general idea.
Maybe the legend of Zelda is a fast-paced game, and the title of this history "chapter" is alluding to the fact that gamer in this is getting only a little "breath" if any.
As for the "Wild" thing, perhaps it has to do with the setting in the game or the fact that such setting in Russia. And additionally an allusion to ancient Russia - hence the Wild.
Or somehow passing a hidden idea that Russia is still a Wild people with farfetched beliefs and prone to use brute force, instead of avant-gard ideas and concepts.
With movies, songs and games, one never knows...