The Washington Post has revealed an fascinating new interview with The Legend of Zelda director Eiji Aonuma which supplies extra of a perspective on the event of the critically acclaimed Tears of the Kingdom. One factor talked about in the interview was the lack of enthusiasm for the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom trailer in February of this yr, which for those who’ve visited social media or boards, you’d have seen a normal lack of enthusiasm for the trailer produced. Nintendo picked up on this and determined that the trailer didn’t actually explain the gameplay parts so they asked Eiji Anouma to do a brief Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom hands-on showcase in March which confirmed followers Ultra Hand and Fuse in addition to the Sky Islands, which achieved the outcomes that Nintendo had been anticipating. Then they launched the comply with up pre-lauch trailer in April, which was glorious.

“Another hiccup came when the second trailer dropped in February, and the team noticed a lack of enthusiasm. “People had not gotten their heads around the gameplay elements or where the fun might be,” Aonuma stated. Nintendo determined to function Aonuma explaining the game’s ideas in a 13-minute demonstration, which did the trick”

Washington Post interview