Game news Zelda Tears of the Kingdom: the Switch exclusive is on the right track after an initial classification
Published on 19/11/2022 at 16:57
It’s not often that Nintendo gives us news of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom. The sequel to Breath of The Wild is keeping a relatively low profile while awaiting its release next year. Today, at least we know that the title is on the right track with this new info.
The most anticipated Switch game
Among the set of Switch releases expected by next year, it is certain that The Legend of Zelda : Tears of the Kingdom is at the top of the podium. Announced for the first time in 2019, this new adventure did not yet have a title, but we already knew that the story of this game would take place just after the events of the now legendary Breath of the Wild.
Afterwards, it must be said that the software was particularly discreet. Initially planned for the year 2022, Nintendo was forced to postpone the game to 2023. This was bound to be disappointing news for many fans who were eagerly awaiting the sequel to one of the best Big N games of all time.
Since then, the Japanese giant has not really insisted on its communication. It must be said that the reputation of the license speaks for itself. In contrast, players were treated to a new trailer last summeralready full of clues about the adventure that awaits us next year.
You have to be patient, that’s for sure. But we can be less reassured today with new information about Tears of The Kingdom.
Link passes through the Land of the Morning Calm
The information comes to us from Gematsu, who spotted Tears of The Kingdom… in South Korea. Thus, the software is passing in front of the classification of video games in the country. We also learn some additional information, but nothing surprising when we know the license. According to the classification report, Tears of The Kingdom is a role-playing game that takes Link’s adventure to the skies. In addition, we already know that the title should be classified 12 years and over, containing a little violence, like most games of the license so far. Nothing new then, but this info at least confirms the good progress of the development of the title, which should stay on course for May 12, exclusively on Nintendo Switch.
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