The Wii U exclusive remake will also add the Ghost Lantern, a new item that will help players when working to complete the Poe Soul retrieving quest. When held, it will glow when a Poe is detected in the area.
The number of Tears of Light required to be collected at intermittent points in the adventure has also been reduced from 16 to 12, which will speed your progress through such sections.
While Rupees will no longer be returned to treasure chests if discovered when Link’s wallet is full. With Nintendo adding that wallet limits have been modified to hold more Rupees, addressing a criticism with the original version.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD will release exclusively for Wii U in Europe and North America on March 4th, and in Japan on March 10th.