The long-awaited BOTW sequel The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is just two weeks away. With the title on the verge of release, Zelda’s ROM files are already in the wild. Just yesterday, a physical copy of TOTK was leaked and footage from the game appeared on the internet. Now ROM files are also available.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of Kingdoms ROM is now available online, as well as for download via bootleg sites. It also means that the title’s full playthrough video will be available online soon, meaning spoilers are likely.
The Legend of Zelda: TOTK will be released in 2 weeks, so the ROM will be released earlier. With it, you can play and simulate titles on your PC. While this means you can play the game right now, we’re not promoting it. Downloading ROMs and games from pirate sites is basically illegal and should not be done since game studios spend millions of dollars developing them. Therefore, we won’t add the download link here either.
It’s currently in a Reddit thread, but it won’t be too long before the ROM leaks, and we’ll update this post when it leaks.
The sequel will be released 6 years after Breath of the Wild. It’s also without a doubt one of the most beloved titles for Nintendo fans this year. The game was released amidst doubts about whether the current generation Switch has powerful enough hardware for good performance. But that will be revealed at the official launch on May 12. However, as mentioned earlier, we do not support downloading ROM files.
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