A few days ago, Nintendo came up with a new Trailers announce not only the release but also the name of the Breath of the Wild sequel. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will be the title and on May 12, 2023 exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Of course, shortly after the release of the trailer, fans analyzed every pixel to maybe learn something about the history of the title. We provide some fan theories before.
Fast travel between ground and sky?
We already know that in Tears of the Kingdom, Link will also be on flying platforms in the sky. How the hero gets there, fans now want to have found out in the current trailer. That’s what it looks like on the ground green magic hurricanes to give the protagonist link possibly bring up. A tweet shows a picture of the hurricanes in the new trailer. Also in ours Analysis video you can take a look!
Gathering Bag instead of Sheikah Stone
Anyone who has already taken a closer look at the artwork of Tears of the Kingdom should be able to collection bag noticed the link – instead of Sheikah Steins – now carries in the game. It is speculated that the eponymous tears located, maybe even for that special powers of the hero will be responsible. So the main goal of the game could be to find all the tears. We have included the analysis video mentioned below.
Title with a double meaning?
There was also a lot of discussion about the newly revealed name of the sequel, because “Tears” in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom could be for both tears as well as cracks stand. Although has Nintendo already confirmedthat these are tears – one ambiguity is not yet excluded from the fans. Finally, the platforms in the sky do indeed look very torn. Already at The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past tricked Nintendo with an ambiguity.
Pokemon in The Legend of Zelda?
A naturally rather humorous fan theory comes from Twitter user ThinkingDM. He gets the impression that the creature – right at the start of the new trailer – bears a striking resemblance to the Pokemon Armaldo Has.
And indeed, parallels can be seen here. In all probability, however, there will not be a Pokémon in Hyrule for the time being. The discovery is definitely funny. More on The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (buy now €54.99) you can in our new column read about the game.