Nintendo’s closing trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom boasts ferocious foes, mighty set-pieces, and intriguing story beats. Nintendo shared the practically 4 minute trailer with us by way of a stay stream immediately, showcasing most of the recreation’s options, and what now we have to stay up for when launch arrives in a month.
The ultimate Tears of the Kingdom trailer is right here
Many followers had been anticipating a trailer to rival the hype of the ultimate Breath of the Wild trailer that was revealed on the Nintendo Swap presentation in 2017, and the ultimate Tears of the Kingdom trailer delivered the hype. Essentially the most thrilling factor was the reveal of Ganondorf’s look, which exhibits him because the formidable foe that we all know him to be. Wielding what appears to be a sheathed sword in his official art work, and sporting a gown, he dons the look we affiliate with Ganondorf. He appears to be like implausible.
On the subject of foes you’ll be going through throughout your time within the Hyrule of Tears of the Kingdom, there seems to be a variety of huge foes that present up within the aftermath of Breath of the Wild, together with a three-headed dragon, and a monster wielding terrifying pinsers.
However don’t fret, you shan’t be going through these enemies by yourself at instances it appears. There appears to be parts within the recreation the place different characters will accompany you thru the world and combat alongside you, as seen by Sidon preventing a Zonai assemble alongside Hyperlink.
There additionally appears to be a excessive quantity of set-piece kind encounters in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. There’s fairly a number of of them right here, with one going down on a minecart, Resident Evil 4 type. The looks of buildings over Hyrule additionally appears to be a typical incidence, perhaps showcasing Tears of the Kingdom’s dungeons, just like the Divine Beasts of Breath of the Wild.
All of it turns to Hyperlink to avoid wasting the day when The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom launches on Nintendo Swap on Might 12. You’ll be able to pre-order the sport from the Nintendo Retailer.