Tears of Kingdom would be real and this test confirms it

In September 2021 the Nintendo Switch OLEDan updated version of the hybrid console from the big N. Almost two years later, a variant of this console themed after The Legends of Zelda: Tears of Kingdom, the next big video game in the franchise, could hit stores.

According to a report published on the website of Atomix VGa new clue would confirm that the rumors are true and that this incredible console taken from Hyrule is a reality.

First, let’s share the leaked image.

Following the leak, some fans found similarities between these images and the Collector’s Edition of the game, shared during this month’s Nintendo Direct.

Mainly, it can be noted that the symbol on one of the pins on the collector’s edition is the same one that appears on the leaked Joy-Con. In addition, the pattern of circles on the box is similar to the one found on the dock of this console.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of Kingdom

Nintendo hasn’t revealed anything about a special console for the launch of Tears of the Kingdom, which arrives on May 12, but between the rumors and the coincidences of the images we can believe that this is real.

New trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of Kingdom

As if that were not enough, Nintendo revealed the second official trailer for The Legends of Zelda: Tears of Kingdom, in which we once again see Link soaring through the skies of Hyrule, with the gameplay that characterized Breath of Wild, but this time we have several glimpses. of the threats that the warrior will have to face.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of Kingdom improves the graphic quality and mechanics. Add more verticality by adding airborne missions to Link’s adventure, even with air vehicles.

The sneak peek shows off a new glove-shaped relic that’s sure to grant Zelda’s protector new abilities. This and much more to end up facing Ganon.

“Link… He’s so powerful… What if you can’t beat him?” Evil returns to Hyrule in the new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, coming to Nintendo Switch on May 12,” Nintendo details in the trailer description.