The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom reveals the return of Ganon

A month before release, Nintendo released its final trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, revealing more gameplay snippets and story clues to get players excited for their return to Hyrule.

As if that wasn’t enough, this new trailer has confirmed that Ganon, the main antagonist of the series, will return to the series in all his glory, bringing much destruction and mayhem back to the Kingdom of Hyrule.

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The new Zelda trailer gives players a look at Ganon, new sky islands and more

The three-minute trailer is packed with new tidbits for fans to dissect, with the most notable being the inclusion of Ganondorf as the game’s main villain again. We’ve seen what Ganon appeared to be in previous trailers, just a little less alive and animated, but this time we get a full view of the villain’s back and very much alive, complete with his red hair and black robes to follow. We also see him draw no punches upon his return, summoning minions and launching a full-scale attack designed to shake Hyrule to the core.

We’ve also seen more looks at the gameplay, including a better look at the Sky Islands, which will be an important part of the game’s world. They appear to be a great addition to the game, with floating platforms, new enemies, and different structures for players to explore. We’re also seeing some new uses of the Fuse and Ultrahand abilities, allowing players to fuse and create new weapons and vehicles. In addition, we saw returning characters, like the champions, and new ones that appear as essential parts of the story, and some underground locations and new areas that we think look a little like dungeons, but whether they are or not , has not been confirmed.

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This final trailer will no doubt be a big hit with fans, and it won’t be long before we can finally get into the latest entry in the series when it releases for Nintendo Switch on May 12th.

Curtis Crabtree

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