The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is not out for an additional week, but it surely’s now formally accessible for preloading. As of immediately, Nintendo Change customers who preordered Tears of the Kingdom digitally can now preload the sport every week early as anticipated.
In fact, it nonetheless will not be playable till the sport formally unlocks, however preloading it now may allow you to soar again into the world of Hyrule a little bit bit earlier — as GameSpot identified, the file is 16.2GB.
Some followers have reported problem with getting the preload to start, but it surely seems there is a easy resolution. In response to Twitter person @PhantomxKairi, canceling the preorder and preordering once more ought to immediate the preload to start accurately.
My digital model of Tears of the Kingdom is now preloading on my Change! For many who do not see the preload but (I used a NSO sport voucher) cancel the preorder and preorder once more, obtain will pop up! Cannot look forward to Could twelfth <3 #Zelda #ZeldaTearsoftheKingdom #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/gkAysxpXo0
— Lil Miss Trish (@PhantomxKairi) May 5, 2023
Tears of the Kingdom will formally launch (and develop into playable for followers who preloaded) at 9 pm PT on Could 11 (or 12 am ET on Could 12).
We previewed Tears of the Kingdom final week, and from what we noticed, it is stuffed with adjustments and enhancements to all the things from cooking to Breath of the Wild’s controversial weapon sturdiness system.
Nevertheless, there’s nonetheless rather a lot that we cannot find out about Tears of the Kingdom till Could 12, together with Ganondorf’s true function within the sport’s story and what may exchange the Divine Beast dungeons.
Amelia Zollner is a contract author at IGN who loves all issues indie and Nintendo. Outdoors of IGN, they’ve contributed to websites like Polygon and Rock Paper Shotgun. Discover them on Twitter: @ameliazollner.
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