Tears Of The Kingdom fans think the name influenced the direction

A character whose name is not Zelda falls from the sky in a trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

screenshot: Nintendo / Kotaku

Today’s Nintendo Direct showcased tons of visual splendor and lots of games to look forward to, even including the long-awaited reveal of the official title for the next one zelda Game. The celebration wasn’t celebrated everywhere, however, as Nintendo UK says Announcement yesterday on TwitterAs a “mark of respect during this time of national mourning,” he chose not to livestream the presentation. Now speculation is running on the notion that Nintendo UK’s specific reason for not streaming today’s showcase might have been the title for it breath of the wildSuccessor: Tears of the Kingdom. Watch the trailer here:

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – Out May 12, 2023 – Nintendo Switch

When asked for comment, Nintendo said kotaku that it “nanything else to say on the subject besides what was outlined in yesterday’s [Nintendo UK] Tweet.”

As the whole world was informed of the death of a person with vital connection to a bloody history of imperialism and colonialism, zelda Fans had to wait until the end of today’s Nintendo Direct presentation for more information on the upcoming sequel to the critically acclaimed 2017 breath of the wild. The trailer for the game featured nice graphics, gameplay hints and, for the first time, the actual title. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. It is precisely this title that leads many down the path of speculation, and wonders if the name might have struck a sour note with those mourning last week’s memory that, despite what they would have us believe, kings are mere mortals.

Tears of the Kingdom was Nintendo’s “One More Thing” today, and it wasn’t long before Twitter was hosting a host of people wonder around a possible connection between the recent death of the Queen and Nintendo’s decision not to stream the event through its UK channel. Video game essayist Chris Franklin even outlined a hypothetical scenario of the decision-making process:

While Nintendo didn’t say whether or not Tears of the Kingdom‘s The title release was perhaps a bit too recent for today’s presentation, it’s not uncommon to see content changed out of respect for complicated world events or even because of social issues in certain areas. In today’s world of internet-first press conferences, however, it’s not as if UK players are actually missing out. Nintendo UK Twitter account shared the conference on own YouTube channel as video on demand after the presentation has been streamed on other accounts. A look at the comments on this video that are filled with unfounded speculation about it zelda Title and the Queen’s death perhaps provide a glimpse of what Nintendo might have wanted to avoid in a live chat segment.

While it makes sense, our speculative muscles might be better reserved for tweaking lore details from the new trailer.

Update 09/13/2022 2:25pm ET: The article has been updated to include a statement from Nintendo on the matter.

https://kotaku.com/nintendo-uk-direct-zelda-tears-of-the-kingdom-breath-of-1849530724 Tears Of The Kingdom fans think the name influenced the direction

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