‘The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’ Gameplay Footage Looks Amazing in Ray Tracing

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Perhaps any gamer has butterflies in his stomach when he hears about Zelda. That’s the moniker for an unfathomable legacy for the gaming industry. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a new game developed and published by Nintendo that came out a few days ago.

The new Zelda game is available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch console. In this follow-up to the immensely popular Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the player holds the reins of destiny as he navigates the expansive realms of Hyrule and explores the enigmatic floating islands suspended high in the boundless heavens. Will he master the extraordinary powers bestowed upon Link to valiantly confront the sinister adversaries plotting the kingdom’s downfall? The player can forge his own unique path in this mesmerizing adventure that intertwines courage, exploration, and the eternal fight for salvation.

You can use emulators to run Tears of the Kingdom on other platforms

Although Tears of the Kingdom is officially available only for the Nintendo Switch console, it doesn’t mean that you cannot use emulators to play the game on other platforms. That’s what some fellows have done in order to use Ray Tracing to play the new Zelda game on a PC. Behold the outcome:

Unsurprisingly, Tears of the Kingdom already received The Game Award for Most Anticipated Game. The game usually has a single-player mode that can make a lot of gamers improve their gaming skills.

You know what an old proverb says: don’t count your chickens before they hatch. It’s pretty much the same in this case, meaning that we’d better run The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom in ray tracing by ourselves before we emit radical statements.

What are you waiting for? Get Tears of the Kingdom and start playing it today!

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