Nintendo is perhaps PlayStation and Xbox’s rivals, however even they can not assist however categorical pleasure about The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is clearly going to be the most important recreation of the yr (at the least up till Starfield comes out, however we cannot know extra about that till June). It is such an enormous recreation that gamers aren’t the one ones celebrating the launch, as each of Nintendo’s greatest rivals, PlayStation and Xbox that’s, have shared their very own reactions to the launch of the newest Zelda recreation (thanks, GameSpot).
PlayStation saved issues temporary by saying, “Have enjoyable up there, Hylians!” ending off the tweet with a cloud emoji, an apparent reference to the place Hyperlink can be spending his time. Xbox shared an ever so barely longer tweet, writing, “It’s good to be again in Hyrule. Congrats [Nintendo] on Tears Of The Kingdom!”
It’s good to be again in Hyrule.​
Congrats @NintendoAmerica on Tears Of The Kingdom!
— Xbox (@Xbox) Could 12, 2023
PlayStation and Xbox weren’t the one ones to speak about Nintendo. Devolver Digital mentioned that it will outright be closed to play the sport in a joke tweet (although I would not blame them, personally). And the Twitter account for Xbox unique Sea of Thieves additionally mentioned it would not thoughts should you’re taking part in Tears of the Kingdom as an alternative, writing, “We cannot shed any tears should you’re too busy in one other kingdom for a sail at present.” The tweet was additionally paired with a enjoyable screenshot from Sea of Thieves recreating Tears of the Kingdom’s field artwork – you possibly can even see a ship with an ouroboros like image within the distance.
Have enjoyable up there, Hylians! ☁️
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) Could 12, 2023
Whereas everybody’s clearly fairly joyful to lastly see the sport out, there’s one huge drawback – you possibly can’t pet the canine! Nonetheless, the sport is rattling good – everybody says so – and it even managed to make one of many worst intro tropes in video games into one thing actually good.