The gameplay of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom shows a detail that confirms the most popular theory of the game: the return of the Zonnan or Zonai.
The recent “Zelda Direct”, in addition to finally showing the first gameplay of Breath of the Wild 2, has left dozens of the most interesting details about the game. Leaving aside the mechanical innovations and what the sky of Hyrule offers, one of the details that has most attracted the attention of fans is that The most famous theory of The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom has finally been confirmed.
Yeah, los Zonnan o Zonai They are going to have a very relevant role in this game. His presence in Hyrule was diluted in numerous clues, especially at an architectural level, not to mention the Zonnan Ruins. However, in Tears of the Kingdom they will acquire more importance. Without going any further, they are responsible for the Golem whom Link crushes in the Celestial Isles. And with which we have been able to see that the sequel recovers the most hated of Breath of the Wild.
It looks like his tech is going to be key in the BOTW sequel. That “Zonnan Charge” that feeds the Golems and gives them life gives off a light. Light that, by the way, is very reminiscent of Link’s new powers thanks to his right arm. It is possible that the 4 key abilities of Tears of the Kingdom exist precisely thanks to this lost civilization.
It remains to be seen to what extent they will influence the story, although everything indicates that they will be the ones to inhabit the Celestial Isles of Hyrule. Since we had only seen glimpses of its history on earth, it is possible that move to the sky to avoid the dangers of Malice and Ganonor they may even have been brought from the past for some mysterious reason.
This detail and other elements make it clear that the Zonnan or Zonai theory in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, the most popular among the community, was true. Will we finally see what this was like? prehistoric tribe? How can they have those? technological advances so important?
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