After years of anticipation, Nintendo finally revealed the title for Breath of the Wild's sequel during a September 2022 Direct. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is set to release in May 2023 (assuming no further delays), and its latest teaser leans into the airborne potential of floating islands by showing Link dive onto a mysterious glider.
While the terrestrial races of Hyrule will have to use new methods to explore, this may be a great excuse to give the Rito more prominence.In Breath of the Wild, Link can run straight toward Hyrule Castle and battle Calamity Ganon after completing the Great Plateau.
Yet the in-universe narrative clearly intends for Link to rescue each of Hyrule's four major races (the Zora, Goron, Rito, and Gerudo) from corruption afflicting their Divine Beasts.
Tears of the Kingdom's past trailers have highlighted the Master Sword, suggesting it is also canon that Link collects his legendary blade, which means Hyrule's residents will all need brand-new challenges to tackle.Read more on gamerant.com