The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is an open world action-adventure game developed and published by Nintendo.
It serves as a direct sequel to 2017’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Series producer Eiji Aonuma has offered brief new insights on the highly anticipated open world action-adventure sequel.
The highly anticipated open world action-adventure sequel is due out exclusively for the Nintendo Switch in May.
"I think fans will find this is an incredibly full, deeply immersive experience," says Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser.
The upcoming open world title's official website includes mention of post-launch DLC, which hasn't yet been officially announced.
The leaked art book, which is over 200 pages long, has spilled the beans on characters, enemies, locations, and more.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom exceeds its predecessor's file size by nearly 4 GB.
"We determine the suggested retail price for any Nintendo product on a case-by-case basis," said Nintendo following the reveal.
It includes a special box, physical copy, SteelBook, Pin Set, an IconArt Steel Poster and an art book. The game size is confirmed to be 18.2 GB.
The price was leaked on the Nintendo eShop before the direct, making this the first Nintendo title to adopt the $70 price tag.
Take to the skies in a new flying vehicle, battle new enemies, and try to stop a new threat when the Breath of the Wild sequel launches on May 12th.
The price was removed from the listing ahead of today's Nintendo Direct and the game's release on May 12th for Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo has announced it will be premiering a roughly 40-minute long presentation tomorrow to reveal new details on upcoming Switch games.
The eShop pages for both games were recently updated with new NSUIDs, suggesting that pre-orders for the titles could go live soon.
Nintendo's upcoming Switch megaton maintains a healthy lead on top of the weekly charts, with Square Enix's RPG following behind in second place.
Nintendo's upcoming open world title takes the top spot in this week's charts, with Final Fantasy 16 following behind in second place.
Journalists claim the Japanese giant doesn't have many major releases planned planned for the Switch going forward, with focus allegedly shifting to its successor.
New images have surfaced that seem to show a special edition Tears of the Kingdom-themed Switch OLED model.
The ESRB has handed Nintendo's upcoming megaton a certification, with its planned May 2023 launch drawing closer.
Famitsu's latest charts for the most highly anticipated upcoming games feature a largely unchanged top 10.
The upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive has jumped up to the top of the charts, with Final Fantasy 16 slotting in at second place.
In a largely unchanged top 10, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and Final Fantasy 16 rank high in the Famitsu charts again.
Both games have ranked high in Famitsu's latest weekly charts for the most highly anticipated upcoming games.
Fears of a potential delay may be somewhat allayed, with the highly-anticipated sequel having been rated in Korea.
The upcoming Switch title has climbed back into the pole position, with Final Fantasy 16 dropping down to second position.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom grabs the top spot, with Final Fantasy 16 dropping down to second place.
For the first time in a while, the majority of the games in the newest weekly top 10 are upcoming PS5 titles rather than the Switch.
The sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has an official name and a definite release date for the Nintendo Switch.
Journalist Jeff Grubb says the Breath of the Wild sequel will join Switch ports for The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess in the rumoured upcoming Direct.
The recent delay of Breath of the Wild's sequel raises several questions.
The recent delay to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's sequel has resulted in a predictable dip for Nintendo's public stocks.
"In order to make this game's experience something special, the entire development team is continuing to work diligently on the game," says series producer Eiji Aonuma.
Though it's been half a year since we last saw it, it seems Nintendo is still committed to a 2022 launch for the sequel.
Patents filed by Nintendo may have shed new details on new gameplay mechanics in the upcoming sequel, from rewinding objects to expanded free-falling.
Insiders suggest that it might be a while before we see anything else from the highly-anticipated, still-unnamed sequel.
Nintendo recently showed off a brief but packed trailer for the Breath of the Wild sequel- but what exactly does that trailer tell us about the game?
Nintendo Treehouse's Bill Trinen says that once more of the game is shown, it will become "more apparent" where it stands on its own.
Though the game will of course have its own proper subtitle, that's not going to be revealed just yet, since Nintendo wants to hold back any potential story spoilers.
Link returns to Hyrule and will now explore the skies above it as well. New areas, new abilities, and much more revealed in the latest trailer.
The game's development was affected by the pandemic, insider says.
We're going to have to wait just a little bit longer, it seems.
The sequel has a lot to live up to- here's what we're hoping to see from it.
Wedbush analyst feels that a larger install base will propel the next title further.
Series producer Eiji Aonuma says fans will have to wait "a bit longer" for more updates.
It seems the original quote may have been mistranslated.
Could this hint at where the game's progress is?
A recent rumor gives hope to those wanting old school dungeons.
The highly anticipated sequel might not be Nintendo's big Holiday release of the year.
Reputed leaker Sabi adds that these are "just current plans".
Ultimately, the developers had so many ideas, they just decided to make a sequel instead.
The upcoming sequel will be using the same Hyrule that we saw in the 2017 title.
We're going to go to a darker place in Hyrule.
Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma says a "lot of people" were playing Rockstar's open world title.
The sequel to the generation defining title was teased during Nintendo's E3 Direct.