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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom players find new working duplication glitch

Posted on May 30, 2023 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Zelda Tears Kingdom duplication glitch 1.1.2

If you’re still interested in a duplication glitch for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom following the recent 1.1.2 patch, you’ll be happy to hear that a new working method has been discovered.

The game’s latest update came out last week. Despite not mentioning it in the patch notes, Nintendo cracked down on several duplication glitches. However, just a few days later, a new method has been discovered.

Credit goes to YouTuber Kibbles Gaming. For this method, players essentially trick the game into thinking an item is still in the inventory despite having thrown it. There are slightly more steps for this glitch compared to the one we previously reported on, but you don’t need quickfire button presses and it’s still fairly easy to accomplish.

The steps for the latest Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom duplication glitch are as follows:

  1. Save the game
  2. Take the item you want to duplicate and fuse it to a weapon
  3. Have Link prepare to throw the weapon
  4. While he’s holding it press the minus button to open the map
  5. Scroll over to the Adventure log and down to memories
  6. Select a memory to watch
  7. Press X and then the plus button to skip it
  8. Repeat for three more memories
  9. Press the plus button to go to the save screen
  10. Load the save file you made at the start

After the glitch is done, you should see the weapon and item attached to it lying on the ground while the other is still in your inventory. Players can also then ask the Goron Pelison in Tarrey Town to remove the extra item from the fused weapon for 20 rupees.


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