With a game as vast and immersive as Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it's easy to get lost and tired after all that time exploring and fighting the monsters of Hyrule. What better way to get down time than to get a house for Link to stay in, store items and go home to after a grueling day? This is a guide on how to buy and get a house for Link in Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
How To Get A House In Zelda: Breath of the Wild
To buy Link's house and become a Hylian homeowner in Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Hateno Village should already be on a player's map. Before doing the quest, gather 30 bundles of wood and save 3,000 Rupees. Just chop down trees to gather wood in the forest area near Hateno.
Once everything is collected, talk to Bolson in Hateno Village and he'll exchange the house for 3,000 Rupees and 30 Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The house will be plain and to decorate it, buy all furniture from Bolson again for a total of 1,400 Rupees. The house can be used to store extra weapons and armor, and Link can sleep there any time for free to restore his full health.
Climbing Set In Zelda: Breath of the Wild
The Climbing Set Armor in Zelda: Breath of the Wild can increase Link's climbing speed, a necessary set for daring explorers. They are hidden across three individual shrines with tough enemies inside them. The Climber's Bandanna firstly is in Ree Dahee Shrine located in Necluda. The entrance is in the gorge next to the Dueling Peaks Tower.
The chest piece is in Chaas Qeta Shrine and the entrance can be found on a small island in the Necluda Sea. The Climbing Boots can be found in Tahno O'ah Shrine on the eastern slopes of Mount Lanaryu. To see how to get the whole set in each shrine, watch the video below.