Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Update Removes Duplication Glitch Again

Tom Henry

zelda: tears of the kingdom update removes duplication glitch again

Nintendo has released patch 1.2.0 for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and with this corrected ‘bugs’ and the already traditional duplication glitch. A ‘glitch’ that, like zonnan energy, is not destroyed, it is only transformed. One of the corrected versions involved using the self-build or schematic generator to clone valuable frozen meats. For its part, another ‘glitch’ duplicated objects by merging them with an arrow that generated clones of the resource.

Patch 1.2.0 also fixes main quests like ‘A Mystery in the Deep’ and ‘The Secret of the Ring Ruins’. Bugs that previously prevented players from advancing. Secondary missions such as Hatelia’s research laboratory, the Onaona Village restoration project or the search for the pirate hideout have also been cleaned of bugs.

Players will now be able to access a number of items by launching the game from certain articles posted on the Nintendo Switch News Channel located on the Home. We suppose that it is an incentive for more players to update Tears of the Kingdomsince the correction of ‘glitches’ may be keeping many people from enjoying their game with the freedom they want.

On some occasions where the fairies should appear and under certain conditions they did not, now they can be seen again. Meals provided by Kiana from Onaona Village that might not change due to an error are back in their regular rotation.

Source: Nintendo

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