The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom undoubtedly is not on the Wii U, although one participant has shared their completely not suspicious copy of the sport on Nintendo’s previous console.
Like Twilight Princess earlier than it, Breath of the Wild was a multiplatform launch, being accessible on each the unwell fated Wii U, and the monumentally extra profitable Nintendo Swap. That is as a result of the sport was designed for the Swap’s predecessor, technically talking, even having the distinctive characteristic of having the ability to have a look at the map and different issues on the gamepad. Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, alternatively, was completely not designed for the Wii U – but one participant has mysteriously proven their copy of it on the console off on Reddit.
OK, OK, clearly they only made a customized piece of field artwork utilizing Tears of the Kingdom’s Swap field artwork, and slapped it inside a Wii U field (nothing like that sky blue plastic, ey). Sadly at the least one commenter was tricked into pondering it is actual, however I can guarantee you it is not; the print high quality is not all that nice on the paper slip if you happen to zoom in anyway, however if you happen to do not look too intently it’s fairly convincing.
[TOTK] I simply managed to pay money for a duplicate! 🥳
by u/luketheduke43 in zelda
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Whereas everybody jokes about video games hardly working on the Swap, Tears of the Kingdom is mostly holding up on the hybrid console, a powerful feat given its completely huge dimension. It is that dimension that makes it working on Wii U questionable, however clearly it by no means will as that factor is as useless as a dodo, particularly with the closure of the eShop.
That huge world is usually a bit intimidating although, so if you happen to’re uncertain of the place to go first, we have a information right here that will help you out. We have even acquired a Skyview Tower places information so you possibly can truly see the place you are going!