The Legend of Zelda: The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
The highly anticipated game, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, is now complete and expected to be released in six weeks. A hands-on preview of the gameplay is available, with set to be shown at the end of the week. The game was first glimpsed during development, but the next look will come from AJ Alanuma, the director of the Zelda series. The game will be available in stores and online on September 28 for the Zelda version and September 29 for the Nintendo Switch version in North America.
The Wii version of the game will be released on September 25, the Xbox version on December 28, and the PlayStation version on December 26. The North American version will be released on September 18, while the South American version will be released on September 26 and published on September 21.
The Legend of Zelda has undergone many changes for this game. The vast world of Hyrule now includes Sky Islands, which can be accessed through various methods. There are new enemies, such as the construct, and a weapon construction system that allows for fusion of weapons, resulting in various effects. Experimenting with fusion can create weapons with improved durability and different attack styles. It can also fuse arrows with material in inventory to create useful weapons with homing abilities or longer attack range.
Monster parts now serve a more significant purpose, and items in the inventory can be utilized for attacking enemies. The game is set to offer a new and exciting experience for fans of The Legend of Zelda when it is launched.
New abilities have been added from the previous game, including the ability to ascend to the floor above you as long as there is a ceiling. Some enemies also have fused weapons, making battles different from previous games.
There are many new gameplay mysteries and encounters in this unfamiliar version of Hyrule, which players can explore at their leisure. Although there are still more things to show, that is all for now.
The new OLED switch is also highly anticipated, and there are more games and accessories to look forward to, including a carrying case and a hot Pro Controller.