Tears of the Kingdom Has Been Played by Eiji Aonuma More Than 20 Times!

Eiji Aonuma, the game’s producer, discussed how often he has completed The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom in interviews before the game’s release. Although many fans have yet to play Tears of the Kingdom, the producer claims he has seen the plot several times throughout creation.

Nintendo has offered a more thorough look at Tears of the Kingdom over the previous few months. Fans will have to go through the game themselves to uncover many things. However, there have been various trailers that have been presented, giving information on characters, settings, and gameplay mechanics.

In addition, a series of Ask the Developer interviews with Aonuma and other developers revealed some behind-the-scenes insight into the game. Aonuma disclosed the astounding amount of times he has already defeated Tears of the Kingdom during one of these Q&A sessions, which were posted on the Nintendo website.

Although Tears of the Kingdom isn’t available until May 12, the producer said he had played it from start to finish about 20 times.

Tears of the Kingdom Has Been Played by Eiji Aonuma More Than 20 Times
Tears of the Kingdom Has Been Played by Eiji Aonuma More Than 20 Times

Even if winning 20 times in most games is great, Aonuma’s achievement stands out more. The follow-up to 2017’s Breath of the Wild, Tears of the Kingdom, appears to have a sizable open world, especially with the addition of sky islands.

However, he said that others were finished at a more meandering pace, taking many detours along the way. Aonuma recommended that fans playing the game for the first time employ this same playstyle, saying that:

“it’s more fun with detours, even more so than in the previous game.”

These Nintendo Q&As with the creators have offered a variety of interesting insights about the project, in addition to revealing how often Aonuma has played Tears of the Kingdom. The Ultrahand ability, for instance, was developed in detail by the developers for Tears of the Kingdom.

A prototype was allegedly created utilizing Breath of the Wild assets to demonstrate the Ultrahand’s potential in the upcoming game.

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Many more gamers will now be able to experience Tears of the Kingdom for themselves as the game’s release is almost around the corner.

IGN reports that Zelda Producer Eiji Aonuma and Tears of the Kingdom director Hidemaro Fujibayashi have stated that “hands” are a prominent element of the upcoming game.

Tears of the Kingdom must succeed in living up to the hopes of the many fans eager to return to Hyrule and experience all that Aonuma and the rest of the development team have included in the follow-up. Launching exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on May 12 is The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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