Viewable below, the game’s final pre-release trailer runs for over three minutes.
After a number of delays, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will be released on May 12.
In late March, Nintendo also released over 10 minutes of Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom gameplay footage. Narrated by series producer Eiji Aonuma, it showed off Link’s new abilities in detail.
In addition to the standard version, the Tears of the Kingdom Collector’s Edition costs $129.99. It includes a physical version of the game, an art book, a Steelbook case, an Iconart steel poster and a set of four pin badges.
Nintendo is also releasing a special edition Switch OLED console themed around the game on April 28, with a suggested retail price of $359.99.