New Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom Trailer is Set to Air Tomorrow!

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Nintendo has revealed that the last pre-launch video for the much-awaited The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will be arriving tomorrow (April 13), 2023, just one month before its scheduled debut. For true fans, this is going to be a moment to cherish forever! So, the three-minute-long teaser will be live-streamed on the official Nintendo YouTube account for all territories starting at 07:00 PT, 15:00 BST, and 16:00 CEST.

Check out the official announcement on Twitter:

Are you excited about the New Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom trailer?

Obviously, we’ll have to wait and see what the trailer will reveal and if it’ll shed enough light on a mini-gameplay. In the most recent 10-minute gameplay teaser, we got a pretty good look at some of Link’s new skills, so maybe this time around, we’ll get to see more of that.

Also, the chances to find out more about the game’s narrative or even get a closer look at some exclusive gameplay elements are pretty much high. Well, that might include as well details about new enemies that have been introduced or any alterations made to Hyrule.

While it was largely produced and released by Nintendo, the extraordinary Legend of Zelda is one of the most adored action-adventure game series ever made by the Japanese game creators Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka. Seeing how the tradition goes on with new games in the franchise being released, it’s definitely one of the greatest things in the gaming industry.

Link, a valiant young man of the Hylian race, and Princess Zelda, a magical princess (the mortal reincarnation of the goddess Hylia), are the series’ main characters. They fight to protect the magical land of Hyrule from Ganon, which is nothing but a wicked warlord turned demon king, aka the biggest antagonist seen ever in a game.

Stay tuned for more details about the upcoming New Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom trailer!

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