The Legend of Zelda

A new 10-minute gameplay video has been released for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, one of the biggest games of this year.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom 10-minute gameplay video has arrived

Breath of the Wild, which blew like a storm in the game world apart from the Nintendo Switch platform, provided a great gaming experience with both its dynamics and its free structure. As such, the sequel of the game is also eagerly awaited. Finally, a new video has been released for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which came out with the release date news last year. Nintendo released a 10-minute gameplay video for the game with a special presentation.

Many new dynamics were emphasized in this presentation made by Eiji Aonuma, one of the main producers of the game. Especially in the first game, the new system introduced for the broken weapons that we had trouble with will probably be one of the most popular points of the game. With the new Fuse system, we will now be able to combine weapons and find dozens of different solutions. For example, in order to hunt a bird flying in the air that you have difficulty hitting with an arrow, you will be able to connect an eye that you have dropped from the creatures to the end of the arrow and make it follow the bird.

Of course, other than that, floating islands in the sky are among the biggest innovations of the game. Now we will encounter a much more layered map structure. In addition, brand new ways to solve puzzles will be waiting for us.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which was first announced at the E3 2019 fair and known as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 in the first place, will be released on May 12. After a long development phase, we can say that the game that will come with brand new features looks really great.

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