Undoubtedly, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will be a breakout hit this year. After the success of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s expansive sandbox mode, Nintendo is bringing it back, expanding Hyrule to include a kingdom in the sky.
Within this enormous playground, we’ll have access to various new abilities and tools, making Tears of the Kingdom one of the most highly anticipated upcoming Switch games ever.
Tears of the Kingdom, the sequel to one of the best Switch games, promises to broaden on its predecessor by bringing us to the sky above Hyrule and adding new things to experiment with.
There’s much to look forward to in Link’s next adventure, which was first revealed in 2019 and given a full title at the Nintendo Direct September 2022 display.
A fresh gameplay direct is scheduled to be live on March 28. Below, we’ll review all our information about Tears of the Kingdom and the upcoming DLC for Legend of Zelda.
When Will Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Be Released?
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom pre-order
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How to play “The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom”
To a large extent, the gameplay of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will expand upon the more unrestrained movement and combat of the first Breath of the Wild.
First, the landscape has expanded upwards into the clouds, allowing Link to swan dive from dungeons high above the sky and use brand new skills (fueled by the sword arm’s glow rather than the Sheikah Slate) fast leap from the ground into the air.
Throughout the three trailers, we see Link wielding various weapons, including a wooden axe, many swords, multiple shields, a bow and arrows, and more. It appears that Tears of the Kingdom will be an improvement over its predecessor in many ways, including new and returning Sheikah skills and more open exploration.