Nintendo seems focused on featuring all of the creative ways players can tackle upcoming challenges in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom with a new advertisement for the game. The trailer highlights different people solving problems in their own unique ways with the Ultrahand and Fuse abilities.
For instance, one player creates a makeshift aircraft with the Ultrahand ability. This new feature was introduced last month in a Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom trailer that also showcased makeshift weapons with Fuse. Basically, players can create all sorts of vehicles with Ultrahand, even motorboats.
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Another player shows off the Fuse ability with some sort of addition to their shield while battling a Flame Gleeok at the Bridge of Hylia. This segment of the new trailer also confirms the original Legend of Zelda boss will appear in the game–and possibly in different elemental forms. The sight of Gleeok does have Zelda fans hopeful that dungeons will return, though nothing has been confirmed on that front.
That’s not the only neat Fuse combo displayed, either. A man with his daughter illuminates an area for Link by shooting an arrow that’s mixed together with what looks like a glowing plant. Previously, Nintendo has demonstrated how an eyeball combined with an arrow can create basically a homing missile with the bow.
We’re still more than two weeks away from the launch of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. In the meantime, you can listen to the game’s main theme to tide you over. Or you can better understand the complete Legend of Zelda timeline.
Also, don’t forget to check out GameSpot’s The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom preorder guide.
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