Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Fan Builds Devastating Attack Drone
A The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player has unveiled a powerful attack drone that he had created. This recently revealed invention underscores the limitless potential for creativity that Tears of the Kingdom offers its users.
The Tears of the Kingdom game has taken the open world of Breath of the Wild and raised the bar in terms of emergent gameplay opportunities. This is largely due to the addition of Fuse and Ultrahand, two innovative abilities that players can use to craft imaginative contraptions to tackle the game’s numerous challenges.
Tears of the Kingdom encourages players to build items that help with traversal, but it’s more than that. Recently, GameSpot’s Max Blumenthal crafted a devastating attack drone. His latest version looks as if it can obliterate a group of late-game enemies, judging from the footage he shared on Twitter.
Alright this game is confirmed insane. v2.0 of my ground+air dropship attack drone works so much better, watch the ground drone infiltrate inside the camp and both machines work together, what the hell?! 🤯 pic.twitter.com/LgnZBHNaZo
— Max Blumenthal (@RinHara5aki) May 18, 2023
The creator of this hazardous tool has revealed that a comprehensive guide for constructing such a drone is in the works. In the interim, the video display of the contraption provides some clues as to how it was put together. The launching process appears to be the simplest element of the blueprint, as it involves two Zonai Rockets which can be bought from a conveniently obtainable dispenser. Combining these with a few stones is enough to get a hovering platform in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
In regards to the automated turrets, Blumenthal seemed to have created them out of Steering Sticks, Construct Heads, and Bubbul Gems. These guns aren’t able to defeat the stronger adversaries, so having a significant amount of Zonai Energy Cells is necessary in order to keep the drone in the air long enough to get rid of the bigger mobs in the later stages of the game. Fortunately, it isn’t too challenging to upgrade Energy Cells with Tears of the Kingdom, even though it will consume some time.
The Zelda fanbase has constructed several remarkable war machines, the latest of which is the Tears of the Kingdom combat mech. This design, shared earlier this week, is equipped with a firing system akin to that of the destructive attack drone made by Blumenthal.
Gamers can now experience The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom on the Switch console.