Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is manifested as joyous tears, in case you were wondering

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is manifested as joyous tears, in case you were wondering

Nintendo confirms what most assumed

Is the language different? Well, right? Nintendo has issued a clear answer. As reported by Eurogamer, it shows that its tears, as shown in the crying variety, aren''t tears, just as tearing a piece of paper. I can see the eyerolling now, but this has been debated by some for a long time!

Given the dark tone and how things appear to be in disarray in this new entry, tears (again, crying) of sorrow are what immediately went to my head. Although many have pointed out, much of the kingdom seems to be literally broken apart in the games various trailers, with plenty of floating structures that would feel like at home in a Miyazaki movie. It is entirely possible that tears (crying) may be literal items that you pick up in the game, or directly incorporated into the story in some ways.

Here''s all we have to go off of for the moment: Outside the vast lands of Hyrule, the latest installment of the storied series will take you back to the skies!

In any case, it will take me ages to not refer to this as. I mean I almost typed it out several times when talking about the game, even in this particular article! Despite being billed as a full sequel to, theres no two in the moniker, and its going its own way. It makes perfect sense, as word will travel that its a direct follow-up anyway.

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