Tears of the Kingdom Special Edition Nintendo Switch OLED Leaks; Goodbye to the dream of Switch PRO
We start the penultimate day of the year with flowery news for all our fans The Legend of Zelda Well, in the wee hours of this Friday, allegedly Images of what appears to be a special edition Nintendo Switch OLED Kingdom Tearscomplement to Breath of the Wild.
through the popular site Resetter It is that the pictures reach everyone, so the box is revealed and console that will accompany the launch Kingdom Tears in May 2023. Although not confirmed, it is important to note that the box retains the same vertical shape that we have already seen on this version of the Switch as well as the typical details of the respective consoles:
- Joy-Con in white with The Legend of Zelda logo and bright green and gold
- A special edition dock with the Kingdom’s Tears logo and special engravings
- Vertical square depicted with art from the game
Ah well, the day starts off strong with the Switch OLED Zelda Edition rumor/leaked Tears of the Kingdom ☕ pic.twitter.com/486laoNX4B
– ❤️💙💚🎮Rogeki🎮💚💙❤️ (@RoGeki_) December 30, 2022
So far Nintendo hasn’t judged on that, but we’ll definitely have info sooner than we expect. In fact, This is the second leak in the week related to what’s new zelda Transformationbecause once we found out that the game can have jobs Online; Also due to poor quality filtered images.
Goodbye Nintendo Switch PRO
Another point to highlight from this leak is that it appears to be a mode An end to Nintendo Switch PRO hopes. This week we learned that Nintendo would do just that Rule out a more powerful Switch versionbut hope to renew the hardware with a sequel Breath of the Wild It didn’t seem so far-fetched… until a new Switch OLED version came out and shattered our hopes.
The legend of zelda tears kingdom Coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch on May 12, 2023as one of the most anticipated games in the Nintendo for next year. We’ll be watching for the console confirmation, hoping it’s not a late April Fool’s Day joke.
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