The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is simply two months away, and there’s nonetheless a ton we don’t know in regards to the broadly anticipated sequel to Breath of the Wild. Like, as an example, how completely different will it really be from the hit 2017 open-world recreation? Fortunately, Nintendo simply introduced a brand new gameplay deep dive that can probably reply lots of followers’ burning questions.
On Tuesday, March 28, the writer will debut a 10-minute gameplay demo led by sequence producer Eiji Aonuma. It’ll go up on YouTube at 10:00 a.m. ET and hopefully give quite a lot of clues in regards to the new gameplay mechanics and mysteries ready for gamers in Tears of the Kingdom’s world. Mysteries like: Why is the Grasp Sword damaged? And what sorts of latest powers does Hyperlink’s creepy cursed arm maintain?
Regardless of first getting teased way back to 2019, we’ve heard comparatively little about Tears of the Kingdom in comparison with what we knew about Breath of the Wild two months earlier than its launch. There have been a bunch of trailers with intriguing nuggets for followers to parse, however tomorrow’s 10-minute preview will really be greater than the entire present footage Nintendo has proven up up to now mixed.
9 Issues In The Tears Of The Kingdom Trailer Retaining Zelda Followers Up At Evening
The semi-blackout has led some to fret that Tears of the Kingdom, which grew out of plans for a paid enlargement, is likely to be extra of a Breath of the Wild 2.0 than a daring new departure for the sequence. On the identical time, Aonuma lately advised Famitsu (based mostly on a tough translation) that “new gameplay will result in adjustments within the recreation world.”
Followers’ minds have been racing with the probabilities ever since, particularly given the massive Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts vibes the present trailers have given off. We’ll see how all of these hopes and goals pan out following Tuesday’s mini-Zelda Direct.