Tears Of The Kingdom trailer is our best look yet

Link looks at his arm as the sun goes down.

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After years of waiting, Nintendo has finally pulled back the curtain on a little more of what fans can expect The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. A slick new gameplay trailer revealed a ton including a World that’s more than just a reskin from that breath of the wild.

It begins with an unidentified voice calling on her minions to destroy the world, followed by Zelda warning Link that he may not be ready to face the new threat of the strange zombified demon who most certainly bears a resemblance to Ganondorf from before has zelda games. Plus, Link rides a hot air balloon, tractor and more. What was not mentioned was that Tears of the Kingdom will be Nintendo’s first $70 game. This detail was buried in Nintendo’s official press release.

Here’s the new trailer:

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Official Trailer #2

Previous trailers made that clear Link will fly into the sky in large parts Tears of the Kingdomboth in terms of teleporting to floating islands and using a new one Paraglider for long distances. The Hero of Time also wears a new magic gauntlet this time, expanding some of the Physics based skills from the first game and even includes a flamelauncher mode.

First teased at E3 2019, Tears of the Kingdom grew out of plans for expansion breath of the wild. It eventually became a full-fledged sequel with a projected release window of 2022. However, last year producer Eiji Aonuma announced this the game would not appear until 2023, apologized to fans for the delay. Nintendo too revealed the official title of the game Millions shaking their heads by those who were already used to it call it BotW 2.

With 29 million lifetime sales, breath of the wild is the best selling zelda Game Nintendo has ever released by far. At just over six years, the gap between its launch and Tears of the KingdomThe May 13 release date is also the longest in the series’ history. New in the recent past zelda Games have bridged generations of consoles like the jump from the GameCube to the Wii and the move from the Wii U to the Switch. So far, however, to the dismay of many, there is no “Switch Pro” or “Switch 2” in sight Fans who yearn for a more powerful device.

Hopefully the wait was worth it. And hopefully it will do well on the aging Switch hardware.

https://kotaku.com/legend-zelda-tears-kingdom-botw-2-nintendo-direct-1850089341 Tears Of The Kingdom trailer is our best look yet

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