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Glitch allows Zelda: Breath of the Wild players to obtain unlimited items

Posted on July 14, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch, Wii U

Players have discovered all sorts of neat glitches since the game’s launch in March. Another one has been found, and it could be the most useful one yet – depending on how you look at it.

How does getting unlimited Korok Seeds sound? Or how about an infinite supply of Hylian Shields? With the newest glitch, both are entirely possible.

The glitch itself is very easy to do. You only need to enter the Trial of the Sword, warp to a Divine Beast that you haven’t finished… and that’s mostly it.

The video below shows the glitch in action. Everything respawns – treasure chests, Sheikah Towers, Shrines. If you’re looking for an easy way to gather 900 Korok Seeds, this is one way to do it. You’ll just need to put in the work to execute the glitch over and over.

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  • Linkavitch Chomofsky

    Eh, why ruin the fun and challenge of the game?

    • CaptainPleb

      Some of those koroks aren’t fun.

      • R.Z.

        You say that like you don’t enjoy carrying a rock over 2 miles of rough enemy filled terrain to complete a stone pattern …
        (only to discover there was a rock much closer that you somehow missed when looking around [sometimes not though].)

      • Linkavitch Chomofsky

        Then why do they say “Yahaha!”?

  • jorden1506

    Master Shield?

  • Dude

    Stability patch, coming soon!

  • R.Z.

    I’d probably use a glitch that let me multiply materials so that I wouldn’t have to farm dragons and such.
    This is just a bit too game breaking for me to use.

  • Fredy Rodriguez Ortega

    “The Glitch completely breaks the game wide open”
    Niceeee! isn’t it?

  • Jeremy Wayne Humble

    I just want to duplicate rare materials on my standard playthrough. And, of course, it requires an unfinished divine beast…

  • eh
    the game is easy enough already

  • Josh Newsome

    Plot twist: It’s an actual hidden feature of the DLC. :^)