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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom promises to bring with it a mixture of new and old. It's not clear how much of Breath of the Wild's mechanics will remain in Tears of the Kingdom, but trailer analysis has seemingly confirmed early statements that the first game’s Hyrule map will be kept.

Lots of new landmarks, story developments, and opportunities to explore above and below the overworld will present themselves, but the core game that Switch and Wii U owners fell in love with will still largely be present.What few other elements fans know will be returning include certain weapons and enemies, though they look a little different from before.

The Master Sword has been broken, and a large part of Link's quest will probably involve repairing it. Meanwhile, Bokoblins, Moblins, and Stone Talus’ will all return in slightly different forms, sometimes all as part of a single moving fort.

One particularly iconic enemy that was present from Breath of the Wild's original reveal trailer seems to be absent, however.

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