The items in Zelda: Breath of the Wild are notorious for breaking so easily even during the middle of a skirmish with an enemy. However, there is one exploit that allows fans to duplicate their favorite weapons and shields without having to ever run out of supplies.
Redditor MrCheeze posted a video detailing the exact details on how to multiply Link's supplies. Firstly, fans need to gather 9-10 bows that can fire three arrows at once. The Lynel Bows, Forest Dweller's Bows and Great Eagle Bows are three weapons that can work for this exploit. Once completed, fans need to warp to the southwesternmost shrine in Gerudo Desert near the great fairy fountain.
From there, Link must run North until he stumbles across the Bokoblin camp in the nearby skull. Fans should bring electric weaponry with them as they need to disarm all enemies in the area without killing them. Link must also pick up each item they drop for the game to register the Bokoblins as disarmed.
Once done, players must drop their 3x arrow for the enemies to pick up. Once 10 or so Bokoblins start firing arrows, Zelda: Breath of the Wild begins to act up with very obvious glitches where the players can start the duplication process by equipping the said item they want to duplicate and throwing any a worthless shield/weapon on the ground. The game will then register this as the duplicate item when Link picks it up. With this in mind, Polygon shares that fans can even duplicate the Master Sword if they want to.
That aside, Nintendo has already begun planning for the future titles in the series, as per Express. The developers claimed that the next installment in the franchise would continue to "provide surprises" that will "exceed everyone's expectations."
While they have yet to reveal the finer details about the next game, players can look forward to the upcoming Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC that will be released this summer. Those who want to join Link on his grand quest can get a copy of the game for the Wii U or Nintendo Switch.