Nintendo hypes Tears of the Kingdom with final trailer ahead of May release

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom keeps on topping itself with each new trailer release and the "final" one is not an exception.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom may have just surpassed its predecessor based on the trailers alone.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is coming out on May 12 and, as if Nintendo hasn't done enough to make sure the game sells yet, it wanted to drop a final trailer to drive the point home.

After the release of the second trailer, Tears of the Kingdom had already dispelled doubts that it would live up to Breath of the Wild.

Now, the third and last trailer for Tears of the Kingdom is just icing on the cake.

The latest Tears of the Kingdom trailer drops several new details about familiar and unfamiliar faces that Link will encounter in the sequel. In addition to more ideas on how to take advantage of all the new systems and features in the follow-up, the trailer contains potentially spoiler-filled scenes, so proceed with caution.

With that said, all the theory crafters and conspiracy theorists can finally rest less than a month from now when the game comes out.

Until then, though, we recommend that you try and stay away from the internet. As cryptic as Nintendo tries to be, Zelda fans are many steps ahead when it comes to thinking about what could happen in the sequel.

The final trailer for Tears of the Kingdom is an invitation to go down the rabbit hole that is Hyrule lore.

If you care for the story of Tears of the Kingdom, stay off the internet.

Again, Tears of the Kingdom will arrive on Nintendo Switch next month as the first game for the hybrid console to sell for a steeper price. But, after three trailers, it's safe to say that Nintendo put its money where its mouth is.

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