Saturday, July 13, 2024

The Breath of the Wild story recap video prepares you for the adventure of Kingdom Tears


The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears With only a week left until release, many Nintendo Switch owners may be saying to themselves, “Well, what exactly happened in… Breath of the Wild? After all, more than six years have passed since then Breath of the Wild It landed on Switch (and Wii U), and activation might be in order.

Fortunately, Nintendo is well aware of the potential blurring around larger plot points Breath of the Wild, especially since some players have spent the bulk of their time in that game completing shrines, chasing down hundreds of Korok seeds, and staring at Prince Sidon. To get players back up to speed on Link’s next adventure, Nintendo has ramped up the story Breath of the Wild In a six-minute video. It explains why Link took a nap for 100 years, reminds you of Zelda’s all-important role in containing the evil Calamity Ganon, and touches on where Link and Zelda end up at the end of the game.

A big part of Nintendo Breath of the Wild The story recap video takes place a century before the events of the game itself, which is pretty high level stuff. The video does not delve into the many side characters or sequel stories of Breath of the Wildbut it’s a solid primer for players to jump right into Kingdom Tears.

The Legend of ZeldaKingdom Tears Coming to Nintendo Switch on May 12th.

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