'Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' Has Finally Been Modded

Zelda: Breath of the Wild has finally gotten mods which can cause some hilarious and strange happenings in the game. These cheats can range from spawning random characters to raining hearts.

According to Kotaku, some Zelda: Breath of the Wild players were able to develop a cheat mode mod that allows them to summon whatever they want into the game. It seems like they are working with the Wii U version judging by the recent video a netizen uploaded.

One segment features a large spawn of the Old Men running away from a Guardian. Another cool but rather useless cheat fans could do is rain bananas from the sky. They also discovered that the game will automatically trigger a Blood Moon once it begins to struggle with too many rendered objects. One netizen tried giving Link a maximum amount of rupees wherein he can only hold 999,999.

The "Accio Master Code" mod was developed by Chadderz and MrBean35000vr and it is only meant to run on the JGecko U cheating client, as per GameRant. This mod is the perfect way to experiment with various big scale battles and mess around with the elements in the game. However, it is still currently in beta meaning they will still enhance the features they can do with it.

With this in mind, there is a chance that they can find a way for fans to create their own dungeons and puzzles in the game. Other open world games have been iconic for their various mods like Fallout 4 and GTA V. These let players experiment with various elements while creating hilarious videos of strange mods.

For now, fans will have to wait for further news regarding when they will officially release the mode. Those who want to play Zelda: Breath of the Wild can get a copy for the Nintendo Switch or Wii U.

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