Finally, we have gameplay footage from the newest Legend of Zelda game, and it does not disappoint.
The first extended gameplay trailer for Tears of the Kingdom has been released by Nintendo, showcasing the game’s unique perspective on the setting of Hyrule and some of Link’s new skills.
Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma talks about how Nintendo has made the follow-up to Breath of the Wild its own remarkable expansive video game in this 10-minute segment.
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The world of Hyrule is changed ‘in countless ways,’ he said, from the introduction of floating’sky islands’ to entirely new skills.
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Tears for the Kingdom (TOTK) introduces Link’s power to ‘fuse’ objects together in a visually striking way. In the preview, Aonuma demonstrates how this can be used to construct rafts that can cross rivers and how it can help make weak weaponry more effective.
This feature alone, paired with Breath of the Wild’s open-world gameplay, makes exploring Hyrule in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker an absolute delight.
Aonuma also disclosed Link’s new’recall’ power, which can rewind the progress of an item in a manner reminiscent to Prince of Persia’s time-traveling blade.
Players with keen eyes will notice that the clip also revealed that the ‘Zonai’ would play a role in the plot of Tears of the Kingdom. In the Zelda games, these mysterious ancients left behind ruins all around Hyrule.
When is the Tears of the Kingdom release date?
There isn’t much longer to wait now that Link’s newest experience has a release date of less than six weeks away.
On May 12, 2023, Tears of the Kingdom will be released online and in stores.
The video game may be preordered on the Nintendo Switch right now on the Nintendo eShop. To ensure that you have your video game in hand before its release date, simply check out the links for a hard copy or digital download and follow the instructions provided.
On the day of release, not only will the standard version be available for $59.99, but also a collector’s edition that will cost far more.
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