Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Guide To Glitches To Extort
Glitches are sometimes annoying but oftentimes hilarious moments where the game sometimes does what it's not supposed to be doing. With a game as big as Zelda: Breath of the Wild there are bound to have glitches in the game that players can exploit. Although most would think that exploiting these glitches is a form of "cheating," there are still some of those who rarely care. Here's a guide on a few glitches in Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Stamina Glitch
Running out of stamina in Zelda: Breath of the Wild can be annoying especially if Link is perched precariously on a cliff. There's a stamina glitch that can make Link climb any cliff or tower forever without ever running out of stamina. So players wouldn't need to fear falling to their deaths.
While climbing and the player lets go and hold B, Link will slide down the hill. However, if they continue to hold the left stick with B at the same time, Link will start to walk the mountain. Doing so will regenerate some of Link's stamina, and then he can climb and jump the cliffside for a faster climbing technique in Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
There's also a glitch that lets Link run without ever depleting his stamina gauge in Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Simply hold whistle while spamming B and Link will sprint across the plains of Hyrule without ever depleting his stamina gauge and without ever needing stamina food. This way, Link can walk and travel faster without ever needing to stop.
Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Arrow Glitch
There is also an arrow glitch in Zelda: Breath of the Wild that lets Link farm unlimited arrows without getting injured. Instead of the usual running around to avoid getting hit by the Bokoblin Archers, then picking up their arrows, Link can just stand and pick up the arrows that are shot beneath his feet. All the player needs to do after finding a couple of Bokoblin Archer in horseback is to pan the camera upwards until it's on the top-down view and Link won't be hit by any of the arrows.
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