Tears of the Kingdom engineers sent back to the drawing board after patch fixes exploit critical to their inventions

Tears of the Kingdom

A recent update for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has thrown a wrench into the plans of some of the game’s most creative players.

Patch 1.2.0 for Tears of the Kingdom, as noted by Automaton Media, unexpectedly removed a crucial glitch that players had been utilizing to craft impressive structures. This glitch, known as “quantum linking,” allowed objects to be connected without physical contact, resulting in towering marvels such as Metal Gear replicas.

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Quantum linking was the key behind creations like the awe-inspiring rocket hovering near President Hudson’s signpost. While these objects appeared to float independently, they were actually bonded together using quantum linking.

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With the removal of quantum linking, players have been forced to adapt. However, all hope is not lost. Some players have discovered a potential solution in the form of stabilizers. These attachments can be affixed to the back of a creation, like a massive mech, to keep it stable and prevent it from falling apart.

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What’s more, the aforementioned mech has demonstrated impressive capabilities, including the ability to climb hills. This feat has become something of a benchmark among Tears of the Kingdom players, signaling the success of a creation. The mech’s achievement has sparked excitement among players on the Hyrule Engineering subreddit, hinting at the potential for even more incredible creations.

For those eager to dive into the world of Tears of the Kingdom and unleash their creativity, our guide on the best Zelda Tears of the Kingdom vehicles offers a great starting point.

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