It appears that evidently some goddess statues from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom are cropping up in varied locations throughout Brazil.
Advertising is an advanced beast, as totally different areas might want to consider other ways to attraction to their goal demographics. More often than not that simply includes humorous or emotional commercials, good gameplay trailers, that sort of factor. However it appears that evidently whoever is working issues over in Brazil for Nintendo, they’re doing one thing a bit totally different, as individuals have been discovering actual life variations of the goddess statues you discover round Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Individuals have been sharing the sightings over on the Zelda subreddit, in a couple of location. One statue has been present in São Paulo, sitting between some timber in the course of the street, and the opposite was present in Max Feffer Park in Suzano. It is an extremely cute gimmick, because the statues seem like utterly correct recreations from their variations in each Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom. Within the video games you go to them to extend your hearts and stamina, although there is not any assure these statues will do the identical.
[TOTK] A Godess Hylia statue spotted in São Paulo, Brazil. Looks like there are several of them scattered around the city
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It is unclear if these statues have popped up wherever else, and in the event that they’re solely being present in Brazil, but it surely’s definitely a great way to get individuals speaking and excited in regards to the recreation.
Tears of the Kingdom is shaping up extremely effectively thus far, and it is already being billed as the best rated recreation of all time over on OpenCritic, with it being the best rated recreation of the yr too. One trade analyst even posited that Tears of the Kingdom might keep on bestseller lists for years, one thing that will enable it to rival video games like Grand Theft Auto V, which is in some way nonetheless shifting tonnes of copies each month.