With 72 hrs staying up until The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom launches, the web is non-stop referencing Majora’s Mask’s timeless “dawn of the first day” opening up display.
For the inexperienced, Majora’s Mask is an odd however great Zelda game that occurs in a Groundhog Day-like time loophole that resets every 3 in-game days, with each loophole containing concerning 54 real-world mins. On the initial day, you’re met a rather simple black display that informs you you go to the “dawn of the first day” which “72 hours remain.” Well, we’re currently 3 days from Tears of the Kingdom, as well as followers throughout the web simply can not aid their little selves from making every one of the recommendations.
Because they deserve it, I’ll begin with the Zelda fan artist who’s been making lovably bad art for 900 days leading up to Tears of the Kingdom (opens up in brand-new tab). As anticipated, they definitely recognized the project below:
Here’s some a lot more:
72 Hours Remain! Let me have all of your wonderful ‘Dawn of’ posts! from r/tearsofthekingdom
this is going to be the longest 3 days of my life from r/tearsofthekingdom
I made an accurate version (“72 Hours Remain”) from r/tearsofthekingdom
Need we take place? Point is, Tears of the Kingdom is 3 days away, as well as despite just how much Zelda followers network Majora’s Mask, that still corresponds to 72 real-world, painful hrs as well as not 54 mins. And keep in mind, if we did in some way come under a wormhole with Majora’s Mask’s globe timer, we’d just reach play Tears of the Kingdom in the exact same 54-minute increments, which does not seem like almost adequate time to experience the entire game. Or perhaps I simply opened a brand-new speedrunning difficulty.
If you’re pushed for time, you ought to understand you don’t have to play Breath of the Wild first to enjoy Tears of the Kingdom.