Thanks to the power called Grasp, you can build anything and everything in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. And some creations are really worth seeing.
Huge bridges, machines to torture Korogus, traps to catch horses, war machines, a simple vehicle to move around quickly… Over the past two weeks, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom players have shared the fruits of their immense imagination in social networks. In Link’s new adventure, a power allows you to connect anything and everything. And while for many just gluing three pieces of wood together is a victory, others succeed in designing the unheard of.
On TikTok, on Twitter, on YouTube or even on Reddit you can find short clips that highlight the talent of certain people. They also prove that the creative potential in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is endless as long as you know how to properly arrange the Soneau artifacts. Here’s a little rundown of some of the craziest, if not most intriguing, projects to be seen on the internet.
These wacky creations from Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Ships… Star Wars?
What happens when you allow a Star Wars fan to create anything they want in a video game whose universe has absolutely nothing to do with Star Wars? Well, he still manages to build a spaceship that looks like the Empire’s iconic Tie Fighter.
It also works for ground vehicles like the Podracer (racing mod from The Phantom Menace). The resemblance is amazing.
A tribute to Metal Gear Solid
Like Zelda, Metal Gear Solid is a cult saga in the video game world. Therefore, it is quite normal for tributes to be born in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. For example, one fan had fun recreating the Metal Gear Rex robot, the star of the first work. We believe in it both from afar and from near.
The house up there (Spoiler: It goes wrong)
In the animated film Up that makes everyone cry, a house flies away thanks to balloons. If you try to reproduce it in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, it might go wrong. The proof :
Zelda x La Defense
“Come on, I’m a dynamic young executive on my way to La Défense. And I travel by Segway.Link in head-to-head trader mode // Source: Capture Twitter
Trap for Batman
We sincerely hope Batman never makes it to Hyrule. Because bat traps are waiting for him. Marvel at the ferocity of this tool in the form of a laser barrier placed at the entrance to a cave. It is impossible to escape from him.
A reaper to hunt down enemies
Link doesn’t really have time for gardening in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. But with an improvised combine harvester, he can effectively defend himself against his enemies. Appreciate the precision in constructing the vehicle with the remote-controlled cockpit, allowing the hero to clearly see where he’s going… Really, that’s too much.Love is in the meadow // Source: Capture Twitter
A stable that also has a shower
In life there are people who build traps to catch animals. And then there are those who prefer to take care of themselves. With that in mind, this stable seems like the right place for your trusty steed.Sponsored by The Equestrian Fans Collective // Source: Capture Twitter
There is deep sea fishing in Zelda
Link needs food to survive in Hyrule. For example, he can collect fish to cook them and prepare good meals from them. From there we can imagine that we could start a deep sea fishing business…
It seems that drones are being used more and more in war. This observation also applies to The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.Yes, it’s Zelda // Source: Capture Twitter
Zelda, chill version
Why can’t we have a good time in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom? Just build yourself a small mobile home and roam the vast plains of Hyrule peacefully with no real destination.Camping Paradise // Source: Twitter capture
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