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The Legend of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom is the twentieth main installment in The Legend of Zelda series. It was released for the Nintendo Switch on May 12, 2023.


An unknown period of time after the events of Breath of the Wild, Link and Zelda are exploring a secret passage hidden beneath Hyrule Castle. Although King Rhoam had warned Zelda in the past that not even the royal family was to go there, she believes that what lies beneath is connected to the strange phenomena spreading throughout Hyrule, referred to as "Gloom". As they travel, they find ancient ruins that Zelda identifies as being of Zonai origin. They eventually find a mural depicting a great war against a being usually referred to as "The Demon King", the stories of which had been passed down by the royal family. Another mural shows the Zonai descending towards Hyrule, which causes Zelda to realize that the "gods" that descended from the heavens to found the royal family must have been the Zonai.

In the deepest chamber, Link and Zelda find a mummified Ganondorf emanating Gloom, bound by a disembodied arm. As they enter, the arm falls off and drops a teardrop-shaped gem. As Zelda picks it up, Ganondorf comes to life and strikes with a surge of Gloom. Link blocks the attack with the Master Sword, but Ganondorf's dark power decays the blade, saps Link's strength, and leaves his right arm blackened and weakened. Ganondorf reveals that he knows Link and Zelda and mocks the former's inability to harm him, mentioning that someone called "Rauru" had entrusted him.

Ganondorf sends a surge of Gloom that causes Hyrule Castle to rise into the sky before falling deep underground. Zelda falls into a chasm, as Link drops the used-to-be Master Sword and attempts to catch Zelda, only for to her disappear into a flash of light. Link nearly falls in as well, but is grabbed by the disembodied arm and teleported away. When he reawakens, he finds that the arm has replaced his own. A voice says that Zelda had told him about Link, and that Link's arm had to be replaced to ensure that he did not die from his injuries. Recovering the Decayed Master Sword, he leaves the chamber he woke up in to find himself on an island floating in the sky. He descends to another island, meeting a Steward Construct who gives him Zelda's Purah Pad at her request. It directs Link to the Temple of Time, but upon reaching it, Link finds that he cannot enter. He then meets a ghostly figure identifying himself as Rauru, who informs Link that the arm he now possesses was once his own and that its power might be restored if Link visits three of the shrines on the island and gains their sacred light. After opening the gate, Link finds a larger teardrop-shaped gem that changes into an apparition of Zelda, granting him the Recall power before vanishing. Link's path is then blocked by a second sealed door, which he lacks the vitality to open. Rauru advises Link to visit the island's last shrine and offer it to their Goddess Statue, which will restore some of the vitality he lost to the Gloom. After doing so, Link is able to open the door. Rauru advises Link to continue visiting shrines to recover his strength before passing on, telling Link that it will be up to him to aid Zelda.

At the highest point of the Temple, Link finds a glowing light that reacts with the Master Sword. Placing it into the light, the Sword vanishes and is received by Zelda at an unknown location. Link spots a dragon, which parts the clouds beneath the island to reveal the kingdom of Hyrule beneath it. He receives a telepathic message from "Zelda" asking him to find her, beginning his quest to save Hyrule once again.

Link returns to Hyrule, learning that the earlier events, called the "Upheaval", has caused chaos across Hyrule. Link then goes to investigate the mysterious reports of disturbances and Zelda's appearance throughout Hyrule. In the process, Link defeats four monsters occupying ancient Zonai temples with the aid of four acquaintances – Tulin of the avian Rito tribe where they climb to the Stormwind Ark and beat the monster Colgera, Sidon of the aquatic Zora tribe who, with Link, beats the sludge octopus Mucktorok in the Water Temple, Riju of the desert-dwelling Gerudo tribe, where Link helps beat the monstrous Queen Gibdo inside the Lightning Temple, and Yunobo of the mountain-dwelling Goron tribe where Marbled Gohma nests in a volcano near the lost city of Gordonia. With each defeated monster, Link finds Secret Stones, Zonai artifacts that increase the innate power of their users. Spiritual forms of ancient sages appear to Link and his companions, appointing Link's companions as new sages and passing down the Stones. After handling the monsters, Link tracks down "Zelda" to Hyrule Castle. At the castle, "Zelda" reveals itself to be an impostor in Ganondorf's service before being defeated by Link and his companions. Link further encounters Mineru, an ancient sage utilizing spiritual projection to stay in the physical world, and provides her with an artificially constructed mechanical body.

Through Mineru, the sages' spirits, and a number of dragon tears scattered throughout Hyrule, Link learns of Zelda's fate. The mysterious artifact which vanished with Zelda was a Secret Stone, and she was transported through time through the distant past. There, she met Rauru, who was revealed to be the first king of Hyrule. In the past, Ganondorf murdered Rauru's wife, Queen Sonia, and acquired her Secret Stone, turning himself into the "Demon King". Rauru sacrifices himself to seal away Ganondorf. Zelda then receives the Master Sword, and in order to restore it, she transformed into a dragon by consuming her Secret Stone. Prior to her transformation, she tasked the past sages to provide aid to Link in the future. In the present, Link retrieves the Master Sword from Zelda's dragon form, and heads to Ganondorf's location far beneath the castle. There, Link fights Ganondorf's army with the aid of the Sages' successors and Mineru before engaging in combat with Ganondorf himself. Nearing defeat, Ganondorf transforms himself into a demonic dragon in an attempt to beat Link and Zelda. Zelda's draconic form assists Link in defeating Ganondorf. With the help of Rauru and Sonia's spirits, Zelda regains her true physical appearance, and Link regains his right arm, and the two fall onto the surface of Hyrule via a pond.

Some time later, on the Sky Island where Link had awakened, Mineru bids goodbye to Zelda and Link before her spirit disperses, while the Sages' successors vow to protect Hyrule.


Link facing off against a Silver Bokoblin on a horse.

Link facing off against a Silver Bokoblin on a horse.

The gameplay of Tears of the Kingdom is similar to its predecessor. Additions include rail grinding and mechanical transport that Link can build using the Ultrahand ability, including a car, mech, boats, and numerous other things. Link can use the Fuse ability to fuse weapons with objects to make them stronger, he can also fuse things with his shield and arrows. In the March 28, 2023 gameplay, Eiji Aonuma showed off four new runes: Recall, Fuse, Ultrahand, and Ascend.[1]

Game Information[]


Development of the twentieth game in The Legend of Zelda series began in 2017 after the production for Breath of the Wild concluded.[2] During the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct, it was announced that it would be a sequel to Breath of the Wild.[3][4] The idea of creating a direct sequel came from the fact that Eiji Aonuma, producer of Breath of the Wild, wanted to revisit the same Hyrule while incorporating a new story and gameplay mechanics.[5] Initially, new ideas were thought of for DLC but evolved into a new game when too many were gathered.[6]

During the announcement of Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity on September 8, 2020, Eiji Aonuma said that Nintendo was still working on the game and that the fans would have to wait before getting any news. Later, in a December interview, Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser added that the contents of the game would be shown when they felt they had enough to show.[7]

The second trailer and first gameplay showcase aired on June 15th, 2021, during the E3 2021 Nintendo Direct.[8] A portion of gameplay was shown, featuring a number of abilities and the new world of Hyrule. An estimated release date for the game was also announced to be sometime during 2022.

On March 29, 2022, Nintendo released a video where Eiji Aonuma announced that development time had been extended, with the game being set to release in the spring of 2023. A short gameplay clip was premiered that showcased Link's new outfit and a heavily damaged Master Sword.[9]

The third trailer for the game was shown in the September 13, 2022 Nintendo Direct, where the title, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and release date, May 12, 2023, were revealed.[10] However, Nintendo UK did not livestream the Nintendo Direct as a mark of respect during the national period of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II.[11] Nintendo UK later acknowledged the announcement in a Twitter post on October 3rd.[12]

Development on the game was confirmed to be complete on March 28, 2023.

Timeline Placement[]

Tears of the Kingdom is the sequel to Breath of the Wild, featuring the same Link and the same Hyrule. It is set an unspecified number of years after Breath of the Wild, hinted only in Sidon's Character Profile entry and by the fact that Rhondson and Hudson now have a young daughter, Mattison.[13] Fujibayashi and Aonuma briefly commented on the connection of Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom to the rest of the timeline, but did not confirm anything.[14] The events of Ganondorf's rise to power in the past are not a loose retelling of Ocarina of Time.[15] While a new timeline has not been published since 2016, it is assumed that Tears of the Kingdom is set in the same distant future as Breath of the Wild due to its status as a sequel.


The announcement of Tears of the Kingdom under the name "Breath of the Wild 2" which Nintendo Called at the time "The Sequel to Breath of the Wild" was celebrated by fans across the world as Breath of the Wild was one of the most popular games on the Nintendo Switch and was known throughout the gaming community, especially after winning the Game of the Year award at the 2017 Japan Game Awards.[16] Many fans speculated about whether Princess Zelda would be a playable character or if multiplayer would be added, but when asked, Aonuma declined to answer.[17]

When the title of Tears of the Kingdom was revealed during the September 13, 2022 Nintendo Direct, many fans were unsure whether the name referred to tears as in crying, or tears as in rips.[18] Nintendo cleared up the confusion a few days later and confirmed that the name refers to tears as in crying.[19]

According to the review aggregators Metacritic (96/100) and OpenCritic (97%), Tears of the Kingdom received "universal acclaim".[20][21]


Event Award Result
The Game Awards 2020 Most Anticipated Game Nominated
The Game Awards 2021 Most Anticipated Game Nominated
The Game Awards 2022 Most Anticipated Game Won
The Game Awards 2023 Game of the Year Nominated
Best Game Direction Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Score and Music Nominated
Best Action/Adventure Game Won
Player's Voice Nominated



Name Race/People Where Found Description
Link Hylian "The Swordsman", Hero of Hyrule
Princess Zelda Hylian Princess of Hyrule.
King Rauru Zonai Source of the Right Arm.
Ganondorf Gerudo The Menace Unleashed/Master of the Secret Stone.
Queen Sonia Zonai
Beedle Hylian Stables; Kara Kara Bazaar
Naydra Dragon Lanayru Sky Spirit of Ice
Master Kohga Yiga The Depths Leader of the Yiga Clan
Korok Korok AroundHyrule
Steward Construct Zonai Construct Sky Islands, Hyrule, Depths
Maker Construct Zonai Construct
Ranger Construct Zonai Construct
Sidon Zora Zora's Domain Prince of the Zora
Tulin Rito Rito Village Young Rito Warrior
Riju Gerudo Gerudo Town Chief of the Gerudo
Yunobo Goron Goron City President of YunoboCo
The Great Deku Tree Korok Forest Great Spirit of Korok Forest
Purah Hylian (Sheikah) Lookout Landing Head of Lookout Landing.
Robbie Hylian (Sheikah) Hateno Ancient Tech Lab Head of Purah Pad Development.
Josha Hylian (Sheikah) Lookout Landing Head of Depths Research.
Impa Hylian (Sheikah) The Sheikah Elder.
Paya Hylian (sheikah) Kakariko Village Kakariko Village Chief.
Yona Zora Zora's Domain Caretaker to the Zora.
Hestu Korok Korok Forest Spirited Musician of Korok Forest.
Teba Rito Rito Village Rito Village Elder.
Kaneli Rito Flight Range Former Rito Village Elder.
Harth Rito
Addison Hylian
Mylie Hylian
Juney Hylian
Pitar Hylian
Konba Hylian
Aliza Hylian
Amali Rito
Notts Rito
Kheel Rito
Kotts Rito
Cree Rito
Genli Rito






Name Defense Factor Special Status In-Game Description
Archaic Legwear 1 None Simple, classic legwear. They're well-worn and showing their age, but they've still got a few good years left in them. It can be a bit cumbersome to have to tie the straps.
Archaic Warm Legwear 2 Cold Resistance Warm greaves believed to be from ta very long time ago. Despite the old look, the heat retaining material makes it pleasantly resistant to cold temperatures.


Name Defense Factor Special Status In-Game Description
Archaic Tunic 1 None Old-fashioned upper-body wear. It's got some holes, but the soft cloth feels good to the touch. It's hard to keep it wrinkle-free.
Glide Shirt 2 Skydive Mobility Up The cloth sewn to this shirt helps it "catch" air, increasing the wearer's ability to glide while they plummet from the sky.
Rubber Armor 3 Shock Resistance This armor has built-in electricity resistance thanks to its source material—an ancient marvel called "rubber." Such technology does not exist in this modern age.
Yiga Armor 1 Stealth Up Armor supplied to members of the Yiga Clan. Defensive parts are minimized for silence, so it's lacking in protection.
Ember Shirt 2 Hot Weather Attack Used in ancient rituals, this item is made of heat-absorbing cloth that produces flame in high-temperature environments.
Frostbite Shirt 2 Cold Weather Attack Made for ancient rituals, this item's cold-absorbing cloth produces frost in low-temperature environments.
Tunic of the Wind 3 None Legend has it this armor was once cherished by a hero who sailed the Great Sea. It's said to have been a gift from his grandmother.
Tunic of Time 3 None Legend has it this armor was once worn by a hero who traveled through time. It can be worn by a child or an adult.
Miner's Top 3 Glow A shirt featuring lamps of various sizes filled with bioluminescent material. Made to help with excavating dark environments.
Soldier's Armor 4 None Hyrulean guards praised this armor for its superior defense. Made from sturdy plates of metal, the high level of craftsmanship that went into it is obvious with just a glance.
Snowquill Tunic 3 Cold Resistance Lined with molted Rito feathers, this tunic was made by Rito artisans for Hylians visiting cold climates. The feathers are stacked in each layer to retain body heat.


Name Fused Components Defence Status Effects Special Status Durability Is Metal Description
Old Wooden Shield None 2 None None Yes An aged, worn-out wooden shield. It can withstand lighter attacks, such as arrows.
Shield of the Mind's Eye None 16 None None Yes A small Sheika-made shield. Its design is intended to decrease blind spots without sacrificing too much defense.
Strong Zonaite Shield None 26 None Lowers energy consumption of attached devices No A shield used by Zonai and made of zonaite. It is moderately durable and lowers the energy consumption of an attached Zonai device.
Mighty Zonaite Shield None 50 None Lowers energy consumption of attached devices No A shield used by Zonai and made of zonaite. It is very durable and draws on its stored energy to more efficiently use an attached Zonai device.
Soldier's Shield None 16 None None No A shield once used by the guards of Hyrule Castle. It's easy to handle, but its core is made of wood, so it can catch fire.
Hylian Shield None 90 None None Yes A shield passed down through the Hyrulean royal family, along with the legend of the hero who wielded it. Its defensive capabilities and durability outshine all other shields.
Kite Shield None 14 Durability Up + None Rito warriors cherish this shield. Its unique shape is designed with mid-battle flight in mind to facilitate aerial combat.
Royal Shield None 55 None None A shield issued to the Hyrulean royal family's immediate guard detail. It boasts a high defense, but these days it's more a collector's item due to its ornamentation.
Sea-Breeze Shield None 65 None None



Name Fused Components (attack damage) Attack Damage Status Effect Special Effects Durability Is Metal Description
Soldier's Bow 14 None None Yes
Construct Bow 5 None None No A bow used by a Captain Construct. Though simply built, it is made of fireproof materials and won't catch fire as wooden bows do.
Strong Construct Bow 11 None None No A sturdy bow for a Captain Construct. Besides being fireproof, it's been strengthened to allow for more powerful shots.
Zonaite Bow 30 Shot length increased when draining Energy Cell power No
Steel Lizal Bow 36 Yes

Food Ingredients[]

Name Status Effect Where found Description

Key Items[]

Zonai Devices[]

  • Fan - A Zonai device that produces wind with its internal propeller. It's likely that the Zonai made smart use of this wind power to transport objects and generate thrust
  • Wing - A Zonai device that can harness lift to ride the wind. To fly farther, try balancing in the center of the wing.
  • Portable Pot - A Zonai Device for cooking food almost anytime, anywhere. It lasts for cooking one recipe only. The device is easier to use on flat surfaces.
  • Flame Emitter - A Zonai device that shoots fire. It's thought to have been originally used as protection from monsters.
  • Frost Emitter - A Zonai device that blasts out freezing air, handy for slowing and defeating some monsters. Also, some materials change their properties when exposed to very cold air.
  • Shock Emitter - A Zonai device that shiits a shocking bolt from its horn when struck. Oddly, only the horn conducts the bolt. The rest of the head is safe to hold.
  • Cannon - A Zonai device that fires shots in intervals. The shot it explodes when hitting the target. It's a powerful device, but it can be tricky to get the firing angle just right.0
  • Steering Stick - A Zonai device that can control direction when attached to a conveyance. It'll activate all connected Zonai devices at once.
  • Balloon - A Zonai device that rises when filled with hot air. The hotter the air, the quicker it rises.
  • Big Wheel - A powered Zonai device that wants to move! Its a big, mean wheel that excels at tearing through environments that might challenge smaller wheels. It can handle shallow water.
  • Battery - A Zonai device that holds concentrated Zonai charge energy. Use it to provide temporary power for other Zonai devices.
  • Big Battery - A battery with an improved compression rate. Though disposable, it holds multiple times as much energy as a normal battery.
  • Stabilizer - A perfectly balanced Zonai device that stands upright when activated. It was used to secure footholds in unstable places, such as sky islands.
  • Hydrant - A Zonai device that gushes water when struck. According to legend, sky islands saw water shortages long ago but became lush and fertile thanks to this technology.
  • Cart - A Zonai device built to move efficiently over flat surfaces. Apply force to get it moving, so long as it has a power source.
  • Sled - A Zonai device with a slick underside th
  • Time Bomb - A Zonai device for a timed explosion. Its blast can activate other Zonai devices.
  • Mirror - A Zonai device that focuses and reflects light. It can provide powerful, long distance illumination that can ward off some monsters.
  • Homing Cart - A Zonai device that automatically heads for monsters. It's believed to have been used by the Zonai as a security measure.
  • Construct Head - A Zonai device that always faces when it deems an enemy. Attach a combat Zonai device to the head for homing attacks.
  • Spring - A Zonai device that contracts and then expands with enough power to bounce objects away from it.





Tears of the Kingdom has currently sold over 10 million copies during its first week, making it the second-best-selling game in the franchise, right behind Breath of the Wild (with over 30 million copies sold).[22] It is currently the second-best selling game of 2023.[23]


TMC Forest Minish Artwork Names in other regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite
JapanJapaneseゼルダの伝説 ティアーズ オブ ザ キングダム (Zeruda no Densetsu Tiāzu Obu Za Kingudamu)[24]Same as English.
Taiwan, Hong Kong, MacaoChineseTR薩爾達傳說 王國之淚 (Sàěrdá Chuánshuō Wángguó Zhī Lèi)[25]Same as English.
NetherlandsDutchThe Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom[26]
FranceFrenchEUThe Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom[27]
GermanyGermanThe Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom[28]
ItalyItalianThe Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom[29]
South KoreaKorean젤다의 전설 티어스 오브 더 킹덤 (Jelda-ui Jeonseol Tieoseu Obeu Deo Kingdeom)[30]Same as English.
PortugalPortugueseEUThe Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom[31]
SpainSpanishEUThe Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom[32]
Latin AmericaSpanishLAThe Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom[33]
This table was generated using translation pages.
To request an addition, please contact a staff member with a reference.


External Links[]


  1. "You're going to immediately jump past this paragraph to the trailer below, so here are the quick bits you need to know: there's rail grinding akin to Sonic and Splatoon, a new homing arrow, a big, dumb goofy car Link can drive and a new hoverboard, and all around the game continues to look great." — Blake Hester, New Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Trailer Shows Vehicles, Homing Arrows, Rail Grinding, And More, Game Informer, published Feb 8, 2023, retrieved Feb 15, 2023.
  2. Creating a Champion, Dark Horse Books, pg. 424
  3. "The sequel to The Legend of #Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now in development for #NintendoSwitch!" — Nintendo of America, Nintendo of America on Twitter: "The sequel to The Legend of #Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now in development for #NintendoSwitch!...", Twitter, published June 11, 2019, retrieved June 11, 2019.
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  6. "Initially we were thinking of just DLC ideas, but then we had a lot of ideas and we said, "This is too many ideas, let's just make one new game and start from scratch."" —Eiji Aonuma (Breath Of The Wild Is Getting A Sequel Because The Team Had Too Many DLC Ideas (And Other Info From Zelda's Producer))
  7. "You’ve followed Nintendo long enough to know that as we progress on any title, and we deem it’s the right moment, we will share with the community where we are in the development. At this point, though, I have nothing more that I can share on those titles." — Russ Frushtik, Doug Bowser on Nintendo’s obsession with March 31, plus Joy-Con drift and the Switch Pro rumors, Polygon, published Dec 16, 2020, retrieved Aug 7, 2021.
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  10. "The sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom!" — Nintendo of America, [1], Twitter, published June 11, 2019, retrieved September 13, 2022.
  11. "As a mark of respect during this period of national mourning, we will not livestream tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct. It will be published as a video-on-demand on our YouTube channel at 16:00 (UK time) tomorrow." — Nintendo UK, [2], Twitter, published September 12, 2022, retrieved September 13, 2022.
  12. "The Legend of #Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom." — Nintendo UK, @NintendoUK, Twitter, published October 3, 2022, retrieved October 8, 2022.
  13. "Link earned his complete trust when they worked together to save the domain years before. He now considers him his closest companion." — Sidon's Character Profile (Tears of the Kingdom)
  14. An interview with the developer of "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom"
  15. Aonuma And Fujibayashi Talk Tears Of The Kingdom's Reception And Their Approach To The Timeline
  16. "The Japan Game Awards 2017 (organized by the Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association CESA; Chairman: Hideki Okamura) has announced the award winners for the "Games of the Year Division". "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" of Nintendo Co., Ltd. received the most prestigious Grand Award. Nintendo has won the Grand Award for the second consecutive years."The Grand Award goes to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild", Japan Game Awards (PDF), published September 21, 2017, retrieved September 21, 2022.
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  18. "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom was named on screen during the latest Nintendo Direct - but many fans still had questions. Namely, was that "tears" as in crying? Or "tears" as in something being torn up?" — Tom Phillips, Here's how you pronounce Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Nintendo says, Eurogamer.net, published September 16, 2022, retrieved September 21, 2022.
  19. "But only one way is actually correct, and Nintendo has now confirmed to Eurogamer... it is tears as in crying." — Tom Phillips, Here's how you pronounce Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Nintendo says, Eurogamer.net, published September 16, 2022, retrieved September 21, 2022.
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  21. https://opencritic.com/game/14343/the-legend-of-zelda-tears-of-the-kingdom
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  25. "薩爾達傳說 王國之淚"《薩爾達傳說 曠野之息》續篇——《薩爾達傳說 王國之淚》的後續資訊公開! 《皮克敏4》、《Fire Emblem™ Engage》和《星之卡比 Wii 豪華版》等 Nintendo Switch軟體的最新資訊公開!, Nintendo Hong Kong, published September 13, 2022, retrieved September 16, 2022.
  26. "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom wordt op 12 mei 2023 uitgebracht op de Nintendo Switch." — Nintendo Nederland, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – Verschijnt op 12 mei 2023 (Nintendo Switch), YouTube (video), published September 13, 2022, retrieved September 26, 2022.
  27. "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom sortira le 12 mai 2023 sur Nintendo Switch." — Nintendo France, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – Sortie le 12 mai 2023 (Nintendo Switch), YouTube (video), published September 13, 2022, retrieved September 26, 2022.
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  29. "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom per Nintendo Switch sarà disponibile dal 12 maggio 2023." — NintendoItalia, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – In arrivo il 12 maggio 2023 (Nintendo Switch), YouTube (video), published September 13, 2022, retrieved September 26, 2022.
  30. "젤다의 전설 티어스 오브 더 킹덤"『젤다의 전설 브레스 오브 더 와일드』의 속편 『젤다의 전설 티어스 오브 더 킹덤』, 『파이어 엠블렘 인게이지』, 『피크민 4』, 『별의 커비 Wii 디럭스』 등, Nintendo Switch 소프트웨어의 최신 정보를 전달!, Nintendo Korea, published September 13, 2022, retrieved September 14, 2022.
  31. "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom chega à Nintendo Switch a 12 de maio de 2023." — Nintendo Portugal, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (Nintendo Switch) – 12/05/23, YouTube (video), published September 13, 2022, retrieved September 26, 2022.
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  33. "The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom"@MxNintendo, Twitter, published September 13, 2022, retrieved September 16, 2022.

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