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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom duplication items glitch

Another duplication glitch for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and it’s not only easy to do, but probably the quickest method that’s been uncovered thus far.

The glitch we reported on last week wasn’t exactly difficult, but it probably had a few more steps to it. Now, however, you can multiply materials in mere seconds.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom content complete

Last March, Nintendo delayed The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to Spring 2023. However, that wasn’t due to the game being incomplete or anything along those lines.

Series producer Eiji Aonuma told The Washington Post that Tears of the Kingdom was basically complete when the delay was announced. The team ended up spending about a year on polish and to ensure that the physics worked properly. Given the complexity of the game, the debug process likely wasn’t easy.

Zelda Link relationship

Zelda voice actress Patricia Summersett has weighed in on the connection between Link and her character, stating in a recent interview that she believes the two “are in a relationship”.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has its own story for Link and Zelda that continues in Tears of the Kingdom. In the sequel, there’s even one element further hinting at their connection beyond just friendship that we won’t mention here just to be cautious for those that are especially sensitive to spoilers.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom update 1.1.1

A new update has just been released for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, with the game moving up to version 1.1.1.

This patch addresses a specific issue as well as some general ones that Nintendo didn’t go into detail about. Primarily, it’s about clearing the quest titled “The Closed Door”. Downloading version 1.1.1 will let players clear the quest if they came across the problem previously.

The full patch notes for the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom version 1.1.1 update are as follows:

We’ve put together a new video guide that will tell you about all every location for Korok Seeds on Great Sky Island in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Players start the game in a similar area to Breath of the Wild’s Great Plateau, and right away, there are things to collect. In our video walkthrough, we take you through all Korok Seed locations on the Great Sky Island in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. There are a surprising amount of secrets tucked away in this short opening area. These seeds will help expand your inventory for shields, weapons, and bows by turning them in to Hestu – similar to the previous title – throughout your journey.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom duplication glitch

Duplication glitches have always proven popular with games, and now one has been found for the recently-released The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

The glitch is notable because it’s pretty easy to perform, and it works on just about everything. Players can duplicate endless amounts of inventory items including diamonds, which fetch a high price. Naturally, it applies to weapons as well.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom sales 10 million

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom sold over ten million copies worldwide in its first three days, Nintendo has announced. It’s the fastest-selling game in the history of the Legend of Zelda series.

Also revealed today is that over four million copies were sold alone in the Americas. It’s the fastest-selling Switch game and the fastest-selling Nintendo game for any system in that territory. The same goes for Europe as well.

Ganondorf design Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Hidemaro Fujibayashi, the director of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, has commented on Ganondorf’s new design in the game.

Speaking with The Verge, Fujibayashi said that Satoru Takizawa – who’s been working on the series since Twilight Princess – led the way on Ganondorf. Fujibayashi requested for him to be “a very cool, very awesome demon king.”

Another tidbit has been shared about the debut sales for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, this time for France. We’re hearing that the game sold roughly 500,000 copies in its first week. Keep in mind that’s only based on physical – Nintendo doesn’t report digital data.

Putting Zelda’s sales into perspective, it sold more than Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet did at release. It also outperformed the launches of Red Dead Redemption II and the latest FIFAs, which have been popular in the region.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom UK sales milestones

Some initial tidbits have surfaced about The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s sales performance in the UK, and the game is off to what sounds like a fantastic start.

Tears of the Kingdom is already the eighth biggest Zelda game of all time having already outsold Skyward Sword, The Wind Waker, and A Link Between Worlds. Note that this is based purely on boxed sales – digital data from Nintendo is not reported. Had digital been factored in, the debut for Tears of the Kingdom could be even higher.

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