The full Tears Of The Kingdom theme song is Killer

Nintendo stunned us on April 13th with the latest and final trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. We’ve learned plenty of new details about the upcoming Breath of the Wild sequel, including the return of the Gleeok enemies and the introduction of what could be the Zonai Tribe. Now that the company is no longer shy about TotK, Nintendo is flashing everything it has of the game ahead of its May 12 release on the Switch. Specifically, Nintendo recently released Tears of the Kingdom’s Banger Main Theme Song.

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Tears of the Kingdom is the sequel to the 2017 hit Breath of the Wild. Unlike most Zelda sequels, TotK appears to be a direct sequel to its predecessor. Some interesting parts of the final trailer include the ability for Link to travel deep underground, rehydrate (and get hot) Ganondorf, and the “Fuse” ability, which allows Link to combine weapons to increase their durability and effectiveness. Hidden within all of that novelty, however, was TotK’s main theme song, which absolutely smacks.

The main theme of TotK is a whole mood

On April 13, Twitch streamers and YouTubers Aero, who cover the gaming industry with a focus on Nintendo, excitedly tweeted that they had discovered the main theme of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom embedded in the game’s Japanese website. They extracted it and re-uploaded it to Twitter, which has been embedded below for your listening pleasure. You will not be disappointed.

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The song isn’t that long. At just under two minutes, the track is this understated arrangement of horns, strings and claps. It sounds like a flute leading the thrust of the main melody followed by some stringed instruments. Then, around the one minute mark, the theme builds to a full blown crescendo. Everything blares. The horns pop off. The piano hammers these keys. The cymbals add some drama. It’s going ok!

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With Tears of the Kingdom coming in May, we don’t have much time left before we can hear the full topic in the context of the final game. Perhaps it serves as more than just the opening theme? Maybe it will be reshuffled for the final boss fight? I can not say it. At least for the moment we can let off steam to this great melody.