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Breath of the Wild Sequel is formally named The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, out in May

The sequel of Breath of the Wild will be authoritatively called The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and it’s out on May 12, 2023.

The title was uncovered as part of a new trailer at Nintendo Direct today, which likewise flaunted investigation, new balance powers, heaps of the spin-off’s still-unexplained broke Hyrule.

A press release for the game incorporated a portrayal that affirms the drifting islands above Hyrule will offer another upward space to investigate in the open world, reading: “In addition to the vast lands of Hyrule, the latest entry in the storied Legend of Zelda series will take you up into the skies and an expanded world that goes beyond that!”

Beginning with a series of wall carvings that probably offer signs concerning the game’s mysterious backstory, we then see link open a few tremendous entryways, hurry to the edge of a drifting island, and jump off to start skydiving. We then see what is by all accounts the means for Link to get back over the mists (a rock drifting very high), moving up tree establishes in the sides of an island, and what is by all accounts a stone bird that can be utilized to fly.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 was initially expected to be delivered in 2022 however was deferred to 2023. Series maker Eiji Aounuma said in the declaration that “in order to make this game’s experience something special, the entire development team is continuing to work diligently on this game, so please wait a while longer.”

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