Tears Of The Kingdom’s Meat Arrows Makes Fans Obsessed
Third, Nintendo introduced a 10 minutes look in the hotly anticipated sequel of The The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. While most fans go crazy new crafting ability Sports links in Kingdom Tearsa small group of fans were drooling at the chance to take out both small and boss enemies with Link’s meat arrows and meat swords, and that’s not an understatement.
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Let the meat arrows fly
Basically, Link’s new weapon-making powers work like the hero in the DC comics Beast B’wanathe ability to merge animals but with objects, where Link can combine the attributes of two different things to create a new “thing” with improved qualities. (Thanks to all of the two die-hard B’wana Beast fans out there.) Producer Eiji Aonuma’s glorified Let’s Play, for example, saw him finish. Combine two fans and a raft to build a DIY speedboat. But what caught everyone’s attention was that a piece of meat in Link’s inventory could also be crafted into a weapon, causing the term “meat arrow” to trend on Twitter. Sadly, Aonuma left this possibility open during gameplay analysis. Perhaps our little human minds are not yet ready to understand the ramifications of such a union.
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“The first thing I will do in #ZeldaTearsOfTheKingdom is put meat on the arrow. I must know what the meat arrow does. I swear on the lives of everyone I know,” one Twitter user wrote.
“Nintendo showed us what a meat arrow can do to cowards,” wrote another.
“I can’t wait to defeat the final boss of #TearsoftheKingdom with my raw meat arrow,” someone else wrote.
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Imagine it… a meat boomerang, a meat roller coaster, a meat hammer and a meat tornado. The possibilities for making meat weapons can be endless. But cannibal hunters be warned, Link’s meat weapons, as with most weapons in TotK, will break if you push them past their breaking point. You know, just like in real life. If your personal meat weapon has degraded IRL, please consult your physician.
Will Link’s endless ability to take the lives of his enemies at the hands of his scheming weapons ignite your interest in the game? BotW sequel or not, Kingdom Tears slated to release on May 12 on Nintendo Switch.