Leaked The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Commercial Shows New Gameplay

Any crumbs of new info on the new Zelda we can get, we'll take.


One day after the final pre-release trailer for The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom dropped, a leaked commercial for the game has surfaced, and it offers a few quick never-before-seen looks at Link's next adventure.

VGC reports that the commercial--which is apparently named "You Can Do What"--shows two scenes in particular with new information pertaining to the game. The first is another view of the three-headed monster found waiting on The Bridge Of Hylia in the final trailer, though the commercial reveals the behemoth's name: Flame Gleeok. Gleeok, for reference, was the name of all iterations of the multi-headed dragon enemy in the original Legend of Zelda for NES, and some fans speculated its appearance could signal the return of traditional dungeons.

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The second scene is brand-new gameplay where a hooded Link fires an arrow at a nearby tree, with the arrow making contact with a flower growing on the trunk. The darkened area illuminates upon the arrow hitting the flower, which indicates there will be some light-based obstacles standing in Link's path in this new adventure.

The final trailer for Tears Of The Kingdom gave players one more brief look at what's happening in Hyrule this time around, and it included the reveal of a returning Ganondorf, who is standing a bit taller these days. Also, he's hot now, so there's that.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom launches exclusively for Nintendo Switch on May 12. A Zelda-themed special edition of the Nintendo Switch OLED console will be released two weeks earlier on April 29.

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