In case you have been questioning, Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is pronounced like “tears of pleasure”
Nintendo confirms what most assumed
How is Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom pronounced? Properly that’s simple, as a result of we’ve an official reply from Nintendo! As reported by Eurogamer, Nintendo has clarified that it’s “tears,” as within the “crying” selection, not tears, like tearing a chunk of paper. I can see the eyerolling now, however this was debated by some for a scorching minute!
Given the darkish tone and the way issues appear to be in disarray on this new entry, “tears” (once more, crying) of sorrow is what instantly went to my head. Nonetheless, as many have identified, a lot of the dominion appears to be actually torn aside within the sport’s numerous trailers, with loads of floating buildings that might really feel proper at house in a Miyazaki film. It’s fully potential that “tears” (crying) could possibly be literal objects that you just decide up within the sport, or instantly integrated into the story in a roundabout way. Nintendo has loads of time to showcase story particulars in numerous streams and divulges.
Right here’s all we’ve to go off of for now: “Along with the huge lands of Hyrule, the newest entry within the storied Legend of Zelda collection will take you up into the skies!”
In any case, it’s going to take me ages to not consult with this as Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Tears of the Kingdom. I imply I virtually typed that out a number of occasions when speaking concerning the sport, even on this very article! Regardless of being billed as a full sequel to Breath of the Wild, there’s no “2” within the moniker, and it’s going its personal means. It makes good sense, as phrase will journey that it’s a direct follow-up anyway.
We’ll see how a lot Breath of the Wild DNA is really baked in when it arrives on Might 12, 2023.