The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Last Modified May 15, 2023 07:59 GMT
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom (Image via Nintendo)
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom (Image via Nintendo)

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom is a sequel of the popular Nintendo-exclusive title known as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild. Scheduled to go live on May 11, 2023, fans from around the world have been eagerly waiting for this title to go live.

This title will also be a Nintendo-exclusive title. It’s unlikely that it will be ported to any other platform in the coming future.


Based upon everything revealed so far, the estimated playthrough time for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom should be somewhere around 15-20 hours long. With Nintendo keeping the story and additional details under wraps, it’s hard to speculate about the same.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of The Kingdom Guides

Main Quests

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Side Quests

  • An Uninvited Guest

  • Crossing the Cold Pool

  • Eldin’s Colossal Fossil

  • Gerudo’s Colossal Fossil

  • Hebra’s Colossal Fossil

  • Mired in Muck

  • Open the Door

  • The Abandoned Laborer

  • The Ancient City of Gorondia!

  • The Blocked Cave

  • The Gathering Pirates

  • The Hidden Treasure at Lizard Lakes

  • The Incomplete Stable

  • Today’s Menu

  • A Call from the Depths

  • A Deal With the Statue

  • An Eerie Voice

  • Bring Peace to Akkala!

  • Bring Peace to Eldin!

  • Bring Peace to Faron!

  • Filling Out the Compendium

  • For Our Princess!

  • Hestu’s Concerns

  • Hateno Village Research Lab

  • Honey, Bee Mine

  • Infiltrating the Yiga Clan

  • Investigate the Thyphlo Ruins

  • Legend of the Great Sky Island

  • Master Kohga of the Yiga Clan

  • Mattison’s Independence

  • Messages from an Ancient Era

  • Potential Princess Sighting

  • Presenting: Hero’s Path Mode!

  • Presenting: Sensor +!

  • Presenting: The Travel Medallion!

  • Serenade to Cotera

  • Serenade to a Great Fairy

  • The All-Clucking Cucco

  • The Beast and the Princess

  • The Blocked Well

  • Who Goes There

  • Zelda’s Golden Horse


    • Skyview Towers

      • Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower

      • Gerudo Canyon Skyview Tower

      • Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower

      • Hyrule Field Skyview Tower

      • Lindor’s Brow Skyview Tower

      • Lookout Landing Skyview Tower

      • Mount Lanayru Skyview Tower

      • Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower

      • Popla Foothills Skyview Tower

      • Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower

      • Rospro Pass Skyview Tower

      • Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower

      • Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower

      • Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower

      • Upland Zorana Skyview Tower

    • · Shrines

      • Eshos Shrine

      • Gatakis Shrine

      • Gutanbac Shrine

      • Ihen-a Shrine

      • In-Isa Shrine

      • Ishodag Shrine

      • Jiosin Shrine

      • Jirutagumac Shrine

      • Jiukoum Shrine

      • Jonsau Shrine

      • Kadaunar Shrine

      • Kahatanaum Shrine

      • Kamizun Shrine

      • Kikakin Shrine

      • Kisinona Shrine

      • Kiuyoyou Shrine

      • Kyononis Shrine

      • Makasura Shrine

      • Marakuguc Shrine

      • Mayachin Shrine

      • Mayatat Shrine

      • Mayaumekis Shrine

      • Mogawak Shrine

      • Nachoyah Shrine

      • Riogok Shrine

      • Runakit Shrine

      • Rotsumamu Shrine

      • Sinakawak Shrine

      • Sitsum Shrine

      • Sonapan Shrine

      • Soryotanog Shrine

      • Susuyai Shrine

      • Tajikats Shrine

      • Taunhiy Shrine

      • Teniten Shrine

      • Tsutsu-um Shrine

      • Turakamik Shrine

      • Ukouh Shrine

      • Yamiyo Shrine

      • Zanmik Shrine

    • Temples

      • Wind Temple

      • Fire Temple

      • Water Temple




Basic Guides




Boss Fights





Q. Where do the events of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom take place?

A. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, is set in Hyrule. You will be tasked with exploring the various aerial floating islands in the game.

Q. Do I need to play Breath of the Wild before Tears of the Kingdom?

A. No, you don’t necessarily need to play Breath of the Wild before Tears of the Kingdom. The developers have created the sequel in such a way that it appeals to players who’ve just started their journey through Hyrule in Tears of the Kingdom, and to players who are returning to the franchise after Breath of the Wild. If you’re interested in the story, then you should play Breath of the Wild first.

Q. Will Tears of the Kingdom be different?

A. Much has changed since the events of Breath of the Wild, and while The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom still takes place in the same world, there will be many differences in how you explore the world a second time. Expect to see a few changes in the gameplay mechanics as well.