The big open world of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has caused many players to spend hundreds of hours in Hyrule and Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom seems to follow similar paths.
In order for Link to really explore all corners of the kingdom, the game is not only paved with side quests and shrines, but also with the ones hidden everywhere Korok, who give away a seed to the warrior if the puzzle is solved successfully. Become collecting fun enjoyed in the predecessor is now evidently also getting its money’s worth in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – For a pile of golden excrement
At least that’s what a recent Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom trailer shows, as one observant Reddit user discovered. There, Link floats across a river on a homemade hoverboard, while in the background is a mini-island with a Steinkreis is seen – clearly a riddle, solving which by completing the circle will result in a Korok appearing.
Whether it’s like in Breath of the Wild again 900 Together to be found and again 441 of them are needed to complete the inventory remains to be seen. Collection fans are obviously allowed to open themselves new hiding spots We are pleased, as the Reddit user cheat-master30 comments: An Iwarok is said to have been in the place shown in the trailer.
Oh no is that a Korok puzzle? (From the latest TOTK trailer)
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Who also in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom after the 100% completion strives, so apparently gets his hands full again. In addition to new puzzles, the sequel also comes up with new mechanics, of course in a detailed gameplay presentation introduced. Yesterday the marketing final sprint was also sounded three new Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom commercials a.