September 28, 2022
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Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 Is Called ‘Tears of the Kingdom’

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Nintendo has launched a brand new trailer for the upcoming sequel to Breath of the Wild, which is now formally referred to as The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. The sport will launch Could 12, 2023.

Though transient, the trailer presents a take a look at some new gameplay footage, showcasing a number of new powers Hyperlink will be capable of wield within the upcoming recreation. You possibly can watch the complete video under.

The Breath of the Wild sequel was first revealed throughout E3 2019, and was initially deliberate to launch in 2022. Earlier this yr, nevertheless, Nintendo introduced it was delaying the game to spring 2023 to present the crew some further growth time.

“We beforehand introduced that we have been aiming for a 2022 launch for this recreation. Nevertheless, we’ve determined to increase our growth time a bit and alter the discharge to spring 2023,” Zelda collection producer Eiji Aonuma mentioned in a video message. “For these of you who’ve been trying ahead to a launch this yr, we apologize.”

Whereas Nintendo has hardly ever launched direct sequels to Zelda video games prior to now, Aonuma beforehand defined that the impetus behind Tears of the Kingdom is the wealth of ideas the event crew got here up with when making DLC for the primary recreation.

“After we launched the DLC for Breath of the Wild, we realized that it is a wonderful means so as to add extra parts to the identical world,” Aonuma mentioned. “However when it comes right down to technical issues, DLC is just about knowledge — you are including knowledge to a preexisting title. And so after we wished so as to add larger modifications, DLC shouldn’t be sufficient, and that is why we thought possibly a sequel could be match.” 

The unique Breath of the Wild launched alongside the Nintendo Change in March 2017, and it might go on to grow to be one of the critically and commercially profitable video games within the franchise, promoting greater than 26 million copies.

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