Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Players Are Creating Tanks To Commit War Crimes

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Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom

The highly anticipated release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom on Nintendo Switch has sparked immense excitement among players. With Link’s newfound rune abilities, such as crafting expansive bridges and creating flamethrowing devices, the possibilities for creativity in this open-world adventure seem endless. However, some players have taken their ingenuity to the extreme, constructing planes and tanks to engage in unconventional warfare within the boundaries of Hyrule Kingdom.

Since its exclusive launch on May 12, TotK has achieved remarkable success, garnering immense praise from both critics and gamers alike. It has swiftly climbed the ranks on popular review aggregators like Metacritic and Open Critic, securing its place as one of the highest-rated games. Additionally, the game has shattered sales records in the UK, solidifying its commercial triumph. Critics have lauded TotK not only as another masterpiece in Nintendo’s esteemed repertoire but also as a fitting swansong for the six-year-old console. The game pushes the limits of the Switch’s capabilities, delivering stunning visuals alongside its remarkable gameplay.

As players have now had a few days to delve into the depths of Link’s new gadgets and skills, including the Fuse and Ultrahand building abilities, they have started exploring the potential to transform Hyrule Kingdom into a chaotic warzone. The outcomes of their experiments have been both uproariously funny and astonishingly wild, combining humor and excitement in a single breath.


The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Warzone

On various online platforms like TikTok, Reddit, and Twitter, players are sharing their TotK (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild) builds. Among the commonly seen creations such as genitalia-shaped objects, paddle boats, and pick-up trucks, there are also impressive designs like planes, tanks, and towering mechs reminiscent of Gundams or Metal Gears. These formidable constructs serve the purpose of annihilating Ganon’s minions within the game.

Twitter user idonum used Zonai cannons to build an armored vehicle to level an enemy camp, blowing up walls and running Bokoblins over in the process.

StickydrawzG tweeted someone else’s build of an orbital strike satellite laser cannon, which was used to wipe out a three-headed dragon.

Then there was Twitter user RobFletch1393, who posted a video of a Trojan Horse, explaining that Rehydrated Ganondorf “won’t know what hit him.”


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