Welcome to Game8's Walkthrough Wiki on The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TotK). Here you can find info on the latest news, updates, shrine locations, quests, and everything you need to know in the world of Hyrule!
|Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
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There are 23 Main Quests in Tears of the Kingdom, which revolves around Link traveling across Hyrule, the sky islands above, and the murky Depths below to deal with the mysterious Gloom that has consumed the land.
|All Quest Walkthrough Guides|
|Prologue||Find Princess Zelda|
|The Closed Door||To the Kingdom of Hyrule|
|Crisis at Hyrule Castle||Regional Phenomena|
|Camera Work in the Depths||Impa and the Geoglyphs|
|Tulin of Rito Village||A Mystery in the Depths|
|Riju of Gerudo Town||Yunobo of Goron City|
|The Sludge-Covered Statue||Sidon of the Zora|
|The Broken Slate||Clues to the Sky|
|Restoring the Zora Armor||The Dragon's Tears|
|Find the Fifth Sage||Secret of the Ring Ruins|
|Guidance from Ages Past||Trail of the Master Sword|
|Recovering the Hero's Sword||Destroy Ganondorf|
Side Adventures are story-related missions that tell more about several NPCs and locations in Hyrule. There are 60 Side Adventures in total, and you will meet an interesting cast of characters along the way!
by Story Arc
|All Side Adventures|
|Robbie Side Adventures||1. Hateno Village Research Lab
2. Filling Out the Compendium
3. Presenting: The Travel Medallion
4. Presenting: Hero's Path Mode
5. Presenting: Sensor +
|Hateno Side Adventures||6. A Letter to Koyin
7. A New Signature Food
8. Reede's Secret
9. Team Cece or Team Reede
10. Cece's Secret
11. The Mayoral Election
|Lurelin Side Adventures||12. Ruffian-Infested Village
13. Lurelin Village Restoration Project
|Lucky Clover Gazette Side Adventures||14. Potential Princess Sightings
15. The Beckoning Woman
16. Gourmets Gone Missing
17. The Beast and the Princess
18. Zelda's Golden Horse
19. White Goats Gone Missing
20. For Our Princess
21. The All-Clucking Cucco
22. The Missing Farming Tools
23. Princess Zelda Kidnapped
24. An Eerie Voice
25. The Blocked Well
26. Serenade to a Great Fairy
|Great Fairy Side Adventures||27. The Hornist's Dramatic Escape
28. Serenade to Mija
29. The Flute Player's Plan
30. Serenade to Kaysa
31. Honey, Bee Mine
32. Serenade to Cotera
|Monster-Control Crew Side Adventures||33. Bring Peace to Hyrule Field
34. Bring Peace to Necluda
35. Bring Peace to Eldin
36. Bring Peace to Akkala
37. Bring Peace to Faron
38. Bring Peace to Hebra
|Lookout Landing Side Adventures||39. Hestu's Concern
40. A Deal With the Statue
41. Who Goes There?
|Koltin Side Adventures||42. The Hunt for Bubbul Gems
43. The Search for Koltin
|Tarrey Town Side Adventures||44. Mattison's Independence
45-49. A Monstrous Collection
|Thyphlo Ruins Side Adventures||50. Investigate the Thyphlo Ruins
51. The Owl Protected by Dragons
52. The Corridor Between Two Dragons
53. The Six Dragons
54. The Long Dragon
|Sky and Depths Side Adventures||55. Legend of the Great Sky Island
56. Messages from an Ancient Era
57. A Call from the Depths
|Yiga Side Adventures||58. Infiltrating the Yiga Clan
59. The Yiga Clan Exam
60. Master Kohga of the Yiga Clan
Side Quests are minor missions which you can find all across Hyrule's regions. These quests are widely-varied but will net you awesome rewards once you complete them.
There are a total of 139 Side Quests in the game, so keep an eye out!
|All Quest Walkthrough Guides|
|The Captured Tent||Codgers' Quarrel|
|Feathered Fugitives||The Lomei Labyrinth Island Prophecy|
|A Picture for Woodland Stable||Rattled Ralera|
|Lurelin Resort Project||Follow the Cuccos|
|The Shrine Explorer||The Great Tumbleweed Purge|
|Manny's Beloved||Legacy of the Rito|
|Gerudo's Colossal Fossil||Master the Vehicle Prototype|
|The Tarrey Town Race is On||A Picture for Foothill Stable|
|To the Ruins||Kaneli's Flight Training|
|Strongest in the World||A Way to Trade, Washed Away|
|Horse-Drawn Dreams||Disaster in Gerudo Canyon|
|A Picture for South Akkala Stable||Mine-Cart Land: Quickshot Course|
|Misko's Treasure: Twins Manuscript||Secrets Within|
|Treasure of the Gerudo Desert||Open the Door|
|Treasure of the Secret Springs||A Picture for East Akkala Stable|
|A Picture for Wetland Stable||Secret Treasure under the Great Fish|
|The Abandoned Laborer||A Picture for Lakeside Stable|
|Mine-Cart Land: Death Mountain||Home on Arrange|
|Simmerstone Springs||Supply-Eyeing Fliers|
|The Duchess Who Disappeared||Ancient Blades Below|
|One-Hit Wonder||The Fort at Ja'Abu Ridge|
|Cave Mushrooms That Glow||The Ultimate Dish|
|The North Lomei Prophecy||The Missing Owner|
|Pride of the Gerudo||Ousting the Giants|
|The Iceless Icehouse||Decorate with Passion|
|Cold-Endurance Contest||Where Are the Wells|
|A Picture for New Serenne Stable||A Picture for Outskirt Stable|
|Rock Roast or Dust||The Treasure Hunters|
|A Picture for Dueling Peaks Stable||Heat-Endurance Contest|
|Photographing a Chuchu||A Picture for Highland Stable|
|Meat for Meat||The Secret Room|
|Uma's Garden||Walton's Treasure Hunt|
|A Crabulous Deal||A New Champion's Tunic|
|A Token of Friendship||The Horse Guard's Request|
|Misko's Treasure: Heroines Manuscript||Teach Me a Lesson|
|Out of the Inn||Seeking the Pirate Hideout|
|Wanted Stone Talus||A Picture for Riverside Stable|
|Goddess Statue of Courage||Wanted Hinox|
|Goddess Statue of Wisdom||Wanted Molduga|
|Goddess Statue of Power||The Mother Goddess Statue|
|True Treasure||Misko's Treasure of Awakening|
|The Rito Rope Bridge||Mine-Cart Land: Open For Business!|
|Misko's Treasure: The Fierce Deity||Fell Into a Well|
|Eldin's Colossal Fossil||Dantz's Prize Cows|
|The Heroines' Secret||The Never-Ending Lecture|
|An Uninvited Guest||Today's Menu|
|A Picture for the Closed Stable||A Picture for Tabantha Bridge Stable|
|Whirly Swirly Things||Who Finds the Haven|
|Village Attacked by Pirates||Gleeok Guts|
|Piaffe, Packed Away||The Blue Stone|
|Genli's Home Cooking||Misko's Cave of Chests|
|Misko's Treasure: Pirate Manuscript||Unknown Sky Giant|
|Unknown Three-Headed Monster||Unknown Huge Silhouette|
|The Blocked Cave||The Incomplete Stable|
|Gloom-Borne Illness||The Mysterious Eighth|
|A Bottled Cry for Help||Dalia's Game|
|Lost in the Dunes||Dad's Blue Shirt|
|Moon-Gazing Gorons||Amber Dealer|
|Cash In on Ripened Flint||Molli the Fletcher's Quest|
|Fish for Fletching||Glory of the Zora|
|Crossing the Cold Pool||Soul of the Gorons|
|Hebra's Colossal Fossil||Homegrown in Hateno|
|A Wife Wafted Away||The Moonlit Princess|
|Mired in Muck||A Trip through History|
|The Ancient City Gorondia||Spotting Spot|
|The South Lomei Prophecy||A Picture for Snowfield Stable|
|The Gathering Pirates||The Hidden Treasure at Lizard Lakes|
It is dangerous to explore Hyrule if you are unprepared, so here are several tips and tricks to help you in your grand adventure!
|How to Confuse Enemies||How to Cure Gloom|
|How to Blind Enemies||-|
|Flurry Rush, Sneakstrike, and Deal Critical Damage||Weapon Modifiers Explained|
|How to Raise Defense||Passive Abilities for Weapons Explained|
|How to Upgrade Armor||How to Defeat Shielded Enemies|
|How to Throw Items and Materials||How to Repair Weapons|
|How to Get Earthwake Technique||How to Increase Weapon Durability|
|How to Parry||How to Sneakstrike|
|How to Perfect Dodge and Flurry Rush||Stealth Mechanics Explained|
|How to Dive||How to Shield Surf|
|How to Break Cracked Rocks||How to Use Minecarts|
|How to Cross the Freezing Water||Fast Travel Guide|
|How to Change the Weather||How to Get Heat Resistance|
|How to Make an Axe||How to Tame Wild Horses|
|How to Chop Down and Use Fallen Trees||How to Pass Time|
|How to Light Up Dark Areas||How to Get Epona|
|What to Do During a Thunderstorm||How to Get Cold Resistance|
|How to Check Coordinates||How to Climb Efficiently|
|How to Break Wooden Boxes||How to Make a Fire|
|How to Make a Raft||How to Make a Hover Bike|
|How to Use Rocket Shields||-|
|General Tips and Tricks|
|Zonai Dispenser Guide||How to Expand Inventory|
|Best Settings to Use||Pony Points Guide|
|How to Increase Health and Stamina||How to Swap Hearts for Stamina|
|How to Get the Paraglider and All Paraglider Designs||amiibo Unlocks and List of Compatible amiibo|
|Blood Moon Explained||Missables and One-Time Events Guide|
|Whistle Effects and How to Use||How to Farm Crops|
|How to Heal||Post Game Content Guide: Is There a New Game Plus?|
|Kochi Dye Shop Guide: How to Recolor Armor||Ending Explained: How to Watch the True Ending|
|List of Unlockables||How to Get Ganon's Horse|
|How to Farm Arrows||Bubbul Gem Guide|
|How to Get More Energy Cells and Increase Energy||Early Game Rupee Farming|
|How to Farm Weapons||Dragon Part Farming Guide|
|How to Get Pristine Weapons||-|
|Notable Item Location Guides|
|How to Get the Travel Medallion||How to Get the Champion's Leathers Early|
|How to Get the Hylian Shield Early||How to Get the Master Sword|
|How to Get the Classic Green Tunic||Where to Find Wild Greens|
|How to Get Ring Garland||Misko's Treasure Locations|
|How to Get Monster Medals||How to Get All Champion Weapons|
|Puzzle Solution Guides|
|How to Solve the Water Temple Spinning Tower||Where to Find King Dorephan|
|How to Solve the Gerudo Light Puzzle||Voe and You Class Solutions|
|Map Location Guides|
|All Stable Locations||All Sage's Will Locations|
|How to Get to Hyrule Castle||How to Get to Lost Woods and Enter Korok Forest|
|Great Fairy Locations and How to Unlock||How to Find the Light Dragon: Location and Drops|
|How to Find Farosh: Location and Drops||How to Find Naydra: Location and Drops|
|How to Find Dinraal: Location and Drops||How to Reach Abandoned Hebra Mine|
|Satori Cherry Blossom Tree Locations and Guide||How to Unlock Royal Hidden Passage|
|All Addison Sign Locations||All Forge Construct Locations|
|How to Get into Gerudo Secret Club||All Coliseum Locations and Rewards|
|Koltin Locations and List of Rewards||Satori (King of the Mountain) Locations|
|Where to Find Dondons||How to Get to Toto Lake|
|All Goddess Statue Locations||-|
|Tier List Guides|
|Best Early Game Armor||Best Armor Sets (Equipment)|
|Best Weapons and Shields||Best Horses|
|Best Equipment for Exploration||Best Fuse Materials and Weapon Combinations|
|Best Modes of Travel||-|
|Glitches and Exploits|
|List of Glitches and Exploits||How to Duplicate Weapons, Bows, and Shields|
|How to Duplicate Materials||-|
|Can You Pet the Dogs?||Does Saved Data Carry Over?|
|Should You Play BotW First?||What Happens When You Die?|
|How Does Autosave Work?||What Happened to Link's House?|
|Do Materials Respawn?||How to Lower and Raise Hylian Hood|
|How to Change the Difficulty||When Do Shops Restock?|
|Is There a Master Mode?||-|
Shrines are found all across Hyrule's surface and sky map and offer challenging puzzles that test your mind and might. There are 152 Shrines in the game, so keep a sharp eye out for these mysterious structures!
|All Shrines||All Shrine Quests|
|Great Sky Island Shrines|
|Ukouh Shrine||In-isa Shrine||Gutanbac Shrine|
|Hyrule Field Shrines|
|Ren-Iz Shrine||Tsutsu-um Shrine||Riogok Shrine|
|Kamizun Shrine||Sepapa Shrine||Taki-Ihaban Shrine|
|Ishodag Shrine||Teniten Shrine||Tajikats Shrine|
|Yamiyo Shrine||Kyononis Shrine||Jiosin Shrine|
|Jojon Shrine||Serutabomac Shrine||Tenmaten Shrine|
|Sonapan Shrine||Usazum Shrine||Kyokugon Shrine|
|Tadarok Shrine||En-oma Shrine||Susuyai Shrine|
|Mayachin Shrine||Makurukis Shrine||Runakit Shrine|
|Sinakawak Shrine||Jinodok Shrine||-|
|Oromuwak Shrine||Gatakis Shrine||Nouda Shrine|
|Wao-os Shrine||Iun-orok Shrine||Turakawak Shrine|
|Gasas Shrine||Mayausiy Shrine||Ikatak Shrine|
|Ga-ahisas Shrine||Ganos Shrine||Taunhiy Shrine|
|Sahirow Shrine||Rutafu-um Shrine||Otak Shrine|
|Eutoum Shrine||Sisuran Shrine||Oshozan-u Shrine|
|Mayaotaki Shrine||Tauyosipun Shrine||Orochium Shrine|
|Ijo-o Shrine||Tenbez Shrine||Taninoud Shrine|
|Mayaumekis Shrine||Kahatanaum Shrine||-|
|Great Hyrule Forest Shrines|
|Sakunbomar Shrine||Pupunke Shrine||Ninjis Shrine|
|Musanokir Shrine||Kikakin Shrine||Kiuyoyou Shrine|
|Ekochiu Shrine||Mayam Shrine||Simosiwak Shrine|
|Rasiwak Shrine||Jochi-iu Shrine||Igashuk Shrine|
|Sinatanika Shrine||Rasitakiwak Shrine||Jochi-ihiga Shrine|
|Gatanisis Shrine||Domizuin Shrine||Kamatukis Shrine|
|Gemimik Shrine||Gikaku Shrine||Mogisari Shrine|
|Kisinona Shrine||Isisim Shrine||Minetak Shrine|
|Mayak Shrine||Jiotak Shrine||Sibajitak Shrine|
|Kimayat Shrine||Momosik Shrine||Sikukuu Shrine|
|Timawak Shrine||Moshapin Shrine||Mayachideg Shrine|
|Sitsum Shrine||Marakuguc Shrine||Kadaunar Shrine|
|Ihen-a Shrine||Mogawak Shrine||Jonsau Shrine|
|Maoikes Shrine||Joniu Shrine||Apogek Shrine|
|Yomizuk Shrine||Kurakat Shrine||Morok Shrine|
|O-ogim Shrine||Jikais Shrine||Tukarok Shrine|
|Zakusu Shrine||Igoshon Shrine||Mayanas Shrine|
|Jirutagumac Shrine||Sihajog Shrine||-|
|Susub Shrine||Zanmik Shrine||Jochisiu Shrine|
|Jogou Shrine||Anedamimik Shrine||Tokiy Shrine|
|Utojis Shrine||Sifumim Shrine||Bamitok Shrine|
|Marari-in Shrine||Eshos Shrine||Makasura Shrine|
|Mayahisik Shrine||Joju-u-u Shrine||Josiu Shrine|
|Ukoojisi Shrine||Yansamin Shrine||Kumamayn Shrine|
|Jiukoum Shrine||Ishokin Shrine||Utsushok Shrine|
|Joku-u Shrine||Joku-usin Shrine||-|
|Kudanisar Shrine||Soryotanog Shrine||Mayatat Shrine|
|Miryotanog Shrine||Suariwak Shrine||Otutsum Shrine|
|Mayamats Shrine||Rakakudaj Shrine||Irasak Shrine|
|Karahatag Shrine||Chichim Shrine||Siwakama Shrine|
|Motsusis Shrine||Kitawak Shrine||Turakamik Shrine|
|Rotsumamu Shrine||Siyamotsus Shrine||Mayasiar Shrine|
|Hyrule Map Locations|
|Caves and Wells||Towns and Settlements|
|Collectible and Area Maps|
|Zonai Dispensers||Sage's Wills||Hudson Boards|
|Great Fairy Fountains||Bargainer Statues||Forge Constructs|
|Coliseums||Satori Cherry Blossom Trees||-|
Skyview Towers are found along Hyrule's surface map and reveal certain sections of the surface map. They are also used to launch Link high in the sky, either to reach faraway places by paragliding or to simply look around the overworld.
There are 15 Skyview Towers in total. It is recommended to activate all Skyview Towers early on to fully reveal the surface map.
|Lookout Landing Tower||Hyrule Field Tower|
|Gerudo Highlands Tower||Lindor's Brow Tower|
|Rospro Pass Tower||Pikida Stonegrove Tower|
|Thyphlo Ruins Tower||Eldin Canyon Tower|
|Ulri Mountain Tower||Upland Zorana Tower|
|Mount Lanayru Tower||Rabella Wetlands Tower|
|Sahasra Slope Tower||Popla Foothills Tower|
|Gerudo Canyon Tower|
Since the Upheaval, Caves have appeared throughout Hyrule's Surface and Sky. These new caves contain materials, treasure chests, and the new Bubbulfrogs. See a list of all 147 Caves, their locations, how to find their entrances, and other tips for spelunking in Hyrule!
List of All 147 Caves
Wells are hidden underground areas found in most settlements and stables across Hyrule's surface. These wells often contain materials, treasure chests, and even Fairies. Finding all 58 Wells contributes to 100% Map Completion.
Register and use tamed wild horses in Stables which you find find all around Hyrule to ease up your adventure across this expansive land.
You can also find a variety of things to do at all 16 Stables, so take a look around!
|List of Stables|
|Dueling Peaks Stable||Tabantha Bridge Stable||Woodland Stable||South Akkala Stable|
|Foothill Stable||Snowfield Stable||East Akkala Stable||Wetland Stable|
|Outskirt Stable||Riverside Stable||Hyrule Field Mini Stable||New Serenne Stable|
|Gerudo Canyon Stable||Highland Stable||Lakeside Stable||Lookout Landing Mini Stable|
Link has a few abilities that will help him in combat and when exploring, thanks to his handy Zonai arm.
|Zonai Arm Abilities||Purah Pad Abilties||Sage Abilities|
You are not alone in Hyrule. Along with Ganondorf's underlings, you will also encounter fearsome bosses and minibosses as you make your way to save Zelda.
|Marbled Gohma||Sludge Like||Mucktorok|
|Queen Gibdo||Seized Construct||Phantom Ganon|
|Demon King Ganondorf||Demon King Ganondorf (2nd Form)||Demon Dragon|
|Flux Construct I||Flux Construct II||Flux Construct III|
|Stone Talus||Stone Talus (Luminous)||Stone Talus (Rare)|
|Battle Talus||Igneo Talus||Frost Talus|
|Hinox||Blue Hinox||Black Hinox|
|Frost Gleeok||Thunder Gleeok||King Gleeok|
|Frox||Obsidian Frox||Blue-White Frox|
You can find various weapons in Hyrule to help you in combat. These range from one-handed to two-handed weapons, spears, and bows.
You can also protect yourself with shields, which are useful for parrying attacks.
|List of Weapons|
|Champion Weapons||amiibo Weapons|
Armor sets and pieces offer Link protection against enemies, or from the environment. Some armor also aid him in exploration!
|Tears of the Kingdom Armor Types|
|Headgear||Body Armor||Legwear||Armor Sets|
|Liftoff Glider||Raiding Plane||Fanboat|
|Fishing Trawler||Headlight Raft||All-Purpose Raft|
|Monocycle||Three Wheeler||Cargo Carrier|
|Assault Cart||Tank||Instant Scaffold|
|Instant Kitchen||Icebreaker||Charged Charger|
|Beam Turret||Beam Spinner||Whirling Basher|
|Flamethrower Baloon||Shock Trap||Bomb Boquet|
|Triple Cannon||Aerial Cannon||Scatter Trap|
|Smoke Rocket||Super Spring||Vertical Escape|
|Sprinkler System||Rainmaker||Water Freezer|
|Bolt Boat||Beam Cycle||Bridge|
|Instant Scaffold||Rocket Platform||Automated Ally|
|Instant Cannon||Launch Pad||Hot-Air Balloon|
As you play through the game, you're bound to meet Hyrule's colorful cast of characters. Some will help you, while others are out to get you!
Hyrule is home to a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, Zonai devices, materials, and ores — even icky monster parts you can get from slain enemies!
|Types of Items|
|Materials||Zonai Devices||Key Items|
Link's cooking skills make a return in Tears of the Kingdom, along with all the dishes and elixirs you can cook up during your adventure!
|Basic Cooking Guide:
Different Cooking Methods
|Advanced Cooking Guide:
Adding Buffs to Dishes
|Cooked Recipes||Roasted Recipes||Frozen Recipes||Elixir Recipes|
Hyrule is filled with dubious enemies and monsters who are out to get Link and pose a threat to the stalwart hero!
|Chuchu||Fire Chuchu||Ice Chuchu|
|Electric Chuchu||Keese||Fire Keese|
|Ice Keese||Electric Keese||Water Octorok|
|Forest Octorok||Rock Octorok||Snow Octorok|
|Treasure Octorok||Fire Wizzrobe||Ice Wizzrobe|
|Electric Wizzrobe||Meteo Wizzrobe||Blizzrobe|
|Thunder Wizzrobe||Like Like||Fire Like|
|Ice Like||Shock Like||Rock Like|
|Moth Gibdo||Bokoblin||Blue Bokoblin|
|Black Bokoblin||Stalkoblin||Silver Bokoblin|
|Boss Bokoblin||Blue Boss Bokoblin||Black Boss Bokoblin|
|Silver Boss Bokoblin||Moblin||Blue Moblin|
|Black Moblin||Stalmoblin||Silver Moblin|
|Lizalfos||Blue Lizalfos||Black Lizalfos|
|Stalizalfos||Fire-Breath Lizalfos||Ice-Breath Lizalfos|
|Electric Lizalfos||Silver Lizalfos||Horriblin|
|Blue Horriblin||Black Horriblin||Silver Horriblin|
|Lynel||Blue-Maned Lynel||White-Maned Lynel|
|Silver Lynel||Soldier Construct I||Soldier Construct II|
|Soldier Construct III||Soldier Construct IV||Captain Construct I|
|Captain Construct II||Captain Construct III||Captain Construct IV|
|Training Construct||Yiga Footsoldier||Yiga Blademaster|
|Stone Pebblit||Igneo Pebblit||Frost Pebblit|
|Farosh||Light Dragon||Gloom Hands|
Classic dungeons are back in the form of Temples and offer puzzles and treasures to those who dare explore!
|List of All Temples|
|Wind Temple||Lightning Temple|
|Fire Temple||Water Temple|
|Hyrule Castle||Spirit Temple|
|All Message Boards|
|Game Help & Questions (7)||Discussion & Review Board (6)|
|Fan Theory Sharing Board (7)|
Ver. 1.2.0 Update Patch Notes
Learn about the Ver. 1.2.0 patch notes and if the duplication glitch was patched.
New Zelda and Ganondorf amiibo Announced
Check out the designs and rewards you can get from both new amiibo.
Ver. 1.1.2 Update Patch Notes
Learn about the Ver. 1.1.2 patch notes and if the duplication glitch was patched.
Everything We Learned From the Hands-On Previews
New materials, fused weapons, and more in the hands-on previews of Tears of the Kingdom!
How to Get TOTK Cheaper
Use the Nintendo Switch Game Vouchers to purchase Tears of the Kingdom and save $30!
Read on to learn how to preload Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to play the game at midnight release!
Collector's Edition Features and Differences
See the differences between the Standard, Digital, and Collector's Editions in this guide.
All Voice Actors Cast
See all the English and Japanese voice actors of Tears of the Kingdom, as well as other characters they voiced in other media.
Is Tears of the Kingdom the Last Zelda Game?
Tears of the Kingdom is the latest installment of the Zelda franchise. Read on to learn if the game is the final installment.
Is Demise Returning?
It is not confirmed whether Demise will return in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (BotW2).
Champions' Successors return, Ganon revived, and the Zonai appear in the Final Trailer!
Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Release Date News
Find out when The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will be released!
DLC Guide Will There Be an Expansion Pass?
Learn more about the possibility of a DLC for the game!
A list of all pre-order bonuses as well as how to pre-order the game.
Story Summary and Timeline Placement
Learn about the game's plot summary and what timeline it takes place in the series!
Easter Eggs and Secrets Discovered from the Trailer
Discover all of the game's hidden Easter Eggs and Secrets here!
Learn about all the new features and gameplay changes debuting in the game!
Will the Champions Make an Appearance?
See whether the champions of Breath of the Wild are making an appearance or not here!
Is the Hookshot a Useable Item?
Learn about the Hookshot and if it is confirmed to appear in the game!
Will There Be a Demo?
Find out if there will be a demo before the game releases!
Will BotW 2 Be Multiplayer?
Learn about the possibility of a Multiplayer feature in the game!
List of Official Trailers and Gameplay Footage
Check out our full list of trailers and gameplay footage here!
Why Is the Master Sword Broken?
Find out the theories and speculations why the Master Sword is broken.
How Long to Beat
Discover how long it takes to beat the game!
Everything We Learned from the 3/28 Gameplay Trailer
We summarize all the new features shown off in Aonuma's presentation of TOTK Gameplay.
Tears of the Kingdom Edition Switch and Accessories Revealed
Take a look at the TOTK-themed Nintend Switch OLED, Pro Controller, and Carrying Case.
Sky Islands Explored
Check out the new monsters and materials found on Sky Islands.
Who are the Zonai?
Learn more about the ancient tribe of the Zonai and their role in the story.
Where is Daruk's Successor?
Learn more about Daruk's successor, and his possible role in the story.
All Voice Actors Cast
Learn each character's voice actor!
Is Tears of the Kingdom the Last Zelda Game?
Find out if the latest Zelda entry will be the final game of the series.
Where to Pre-Order Guidebook
Know when the Tears of the Kingdom Guidebook releases.
Tears of the Kingdom 1.1 Patch Notes
Read on to know the latest patch updates for Tears of the Kingdom.
Are Hearty Durians Still in the Game?
Know if Hearty Durians are still in Tears of the Kingdom.
What Happened to the Divine Beasts?
Read on to see what happened to the Divine Beasts and how to get Divine Helmets.
Where is Kass
Read on to learn more about what possibly happened to Kass.
|Release Date||May 12th, 2023|
|Price||$59.99 USD (Plus Tax)|
|Release Versions||Physical Copy / Downloadable Version|
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