The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – Community’s wildest creation yet – IGN

From the moment Nintendo revealed The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s Building Mechanics, we knew things were going to get wild. And now, just days after the sequel’s release, people are already unleashing their creativity in ways that make… for me Vehicles look like the building blocks of preschoolers. But hey, that’s what the internet is for!

Here are some of the craziest, funniest, and most ruthless creations Tears of the Kingdom players have come up with to date. Whether they inspire an idea of ​​what you want to build, or just make you wonder, “How the hell did they do that?”You’ll want to check that out.

Spoiler warning: This article contains videos of enemies, locations, and game mechanics that you may not have discovered on your own in the massive land of Hyrule in Tears of the Kingdom. If you want to stumble through it all on your own, come back now!

Link goes full Gundam

It was only a matter of time until someone used all of the Zonai technology from Tears of the Kingdom to create a fully functioning mechanism, and TikTok user SoulBanana did. Gameplay shows Link using the Ascend to access the experimental controls of a giant mech, before laying waste to a number of Bokoblin camps. This machine is equipped with a shield to protect Link from enemies, and two fully equipped laser arms.

The same player has also created a flying mech that centers around the Zonai wing. This allows Link to teleport into the skies above Hyrule, wiping out flying enemies with his laser beams. How people figured out all these things in just a few days is beyond me.

Watch from above

Another creative player in Tears of the Kingdom created a satellite laser cannon that does all the dirty work for Link while the hero stands by and watches. In the video below, you can watch Link activate the contraption, causing it to instantly take off into the sky and begin annihilating Flame Gleeok. It only took seconds before Gleeok was defeated by this Death Star-like creation.

Helian Trojans

These next few creations aren’t quite as complex as the epic bots we saw above, but they are still fun to look at. First, a TikTok video from @videogametrailers_ shows the link using Asc to jump into a temporary trojan. The video captions, “Ganondorf won’t know what hit him,” as Link rides inside the horse and eventually crashes into a wall.

tank! tank! tank!

Wait… I thought Advance Wars was a Nintendo game with tanks. Well, a Twitter user idonum It changed the Hylian War forever with the introduction of the Battle Tank, which they use to overwhelm the enemy base and tear off Hinox’s health bar. This tank might just be a bunch of planks glued together, but it actually looks pretty sturdy. It is also very difficult for enemies to approach anywhere, as it constantly fires cannonballs from the front.

Oil rig machine

Twitter user @tweet Tears of Kingdom Builder Tools has been used to recreate a 20th century oil engine. The video shows using this engine in several practical ways, such as defeating enemies or roasting a fish over a campfire.

Sail a paddle boat

The same player was also involved in creating an efficient paddle-link that was used to circumnavigate the ocean on the edge of Hyrule. It looks very funny in motion, four giant planks of wood power the boat, making huge splashes along the way. A row boat is a great way to get out on the water for some fishing, or just to enjoy the ocean breeze. And yes, the gameplay video is set to the soundtrack of The Wind Waker, which is very fitting.

Reinvent the wheel

colossal wheel? Of course, why not. This video features Link ripping through Hyrule on a massive spinning wheel. He can even ride it across rivers, which makes it a great choice for covering all kinds of ground quickly. Link gets into a sticky situation when he gets caught in a tree while Hinox chases him, forcing him to abandon the contraption.

The scariest stick figure you’ll ever see

If you’ve been on social media since Friday, you’ve probably seen some variations on this next build… maybe an NSFW version, if we’re being honest. This video posted on Reddit shows a huge stick figure made of wood. He has arms, legs, and a face, and he gets around Hyrule mainly on roller skates. My business to play moment by moment? Maybe not. But it’s very funny.

Just a guy delivering timber

Link needs to find Zelda and rescue Hyrule in Tears of the Kingdom, but some players are abandoning those responsibilities in favor of a more peaceful life. on twitter, @tweet He shared a new career path for Link as a truck driver, saying that Link has “a shipment of lumber that needs to be in Butte, Montana by the 18th, or I’m out of a job.” This is a Hyrule slice of life taken to a whole new level.

Bokoblin deadly trap

These next two creations are a touch of the wild side. Posted to Reddit by user nintenglo, this first creation shows Link trapping Bokoblin in a wooden cage, then proceeds to light the Bokoblin with his Zonai Flame Emitters. Ouch.

Corox roasting over an open fire

People have been doing terrible, horrible things to Corox’s tears in the kingdom thanks to Link’s new Ultrahand power. One such example is roasting a whole bunch of churros over an open flame, as they all panic helplessly. Why would you make Link act this way?

Now, you can pet the dog

After several monstrous creations, we’ll end up with something more useful. When popular twitter account @tweet It revealed that you can’t pet different dogs in Tears of the Kingdom, Good Vibes Gaming’s game John Cartwright He took matters into his own hands. On Twitter, you can check out a photo of Link’s dog pet machine, which has a Bokoblin arm outstretched to give the pup the pats he deserves.

You know the most exciting part of all of this? The fact that Kingdom Tears is less than a week old. The stunts and trick shots in Breath of the Wild have just kept getting better and better over the years, and the same will definitely happen here. I can’t even imagine what kinds of rudimentary vehicles, weapons, and players are more creative than what I’ll be building a week, month, or year from now.

While we can’t help you become a Kingdom’s Tears engineering expert, there are plenty of things we do Can I do it for you. Be sure to take a look at the Kingdom’s Tears tour and its guide on making your way through Hyrule. In fact, you can start here:

Logan Plant is a freelance writer for IGN covering video game and entertainment news. He has over seven years of experience in the gaming industry with minor lines at IGN, Nintendo Wire, Switch Player Magazine, and Lifewire. You can find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.

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