Nintendo fixes Tears Of The Kingdom’s duplication bugs

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Nintendo just did an update The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to version 1.1.2, and while it’s not mentioned in the company’s official patch notes, users are reporting that many of the game’s infamous (and handy!) duplication bugs have been fixed.

As we have reported A few options have been found for gamers to gain easy access to numerous resources and items in the game and even Stack power upsbut it seems at least some of these are now gone as part of the patch.

Nintendo’s official notes only mention the following:

Ver. 1.1.2 (released May 25, 2023)

Audio bug fixes

– Fixed an issue where the audio played at extremely high volume under certain conditions.

Additional fixes

– Fixed an issue in the main quest “Camera Work in the Depths” where players could not advance past a certain point. Downloading the update allows players to continue past this point.

– Several issues have been fixed to improve the gaming experience.

Those used to Nintendo’s vague patch notes won’t be surprised by this, but the “Several issues have been fixed to improve gaming experience” line sure can cover a lot.

Users report in this Reddit thread that various duplication disorders no longer work, while our own internal tests have revealed that the paragliding disorder in particular is also affected.

With more of these disorders appearing to be discovered every day, we don’t yet know if all of which have already been patched, or are there still some undiscovered things in the game waiting to be exploited? However, if using these workarounds has made your life easier and you plan to keep doing so, you may want to turn off automatic updates for your console/game when you have time (if you haven’t already). If you are reading this you may be late, sorry!)

Curtis Crabtree

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