Nintendo is publishing new images of the protagonists of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, but there is an absence that is raising doubts.
Following the release of its final trailer, Nintendo is starting to release more details about the new The Legend of Zelda. In addition to releasing a new illustration of Ganondorf that reveals a rather interesting tidbit, he is posting new images of the protagonists of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom They are sowing great doubt among the community.
Through its official channels, the Japanese company has shown us what they look like Sidon, Riju and Tureli, whom we have seen accompanying Link in combat, or at least fighting together. Each one belongs to one of Hyrule’s races and they seem to take over from the ancient Chosen (Mipha, Urbosa and Revali). However, there is a very clear absence even from the trailer.
Where is the chosen Goron? Before he died, he was Cranes the one who accompanied Urbosa, Revali and Mipha until they fell in combat against Ganon. In what was formerly known as Breath of the Wild 2, the new generation of Chosen Ones, led again by Link, has shown the representatives of the Gerudo, the Zora and the Ornibut we don’t have the one from the Gorons.
You would expect the Chosen Goron de Zelda Tears of the Kingdom sea Yunobo, a descendant of Daruk who could use his powers in Breath of the Wild. Until now, he has not been seen still in none of the images of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, which leaves in the air the question of whether he will be present or if, on the contrary, something has happened that prevents him from being there. Why is Nintendo hiding it?
It’s an absolute mystery, and we won’t know until next May 12, when The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom arrives on Nintendo Switch. If you want to liven up the wait, you can take a look at our in-depth analysis of the final trailer to discover several details that you surely missed.
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