Tears of the Kingdom 1.1.2 patch notes

The latest patch for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom prevents players from being able to use the item duplication bug to duplicate gear, crushing the hopes and dreams of fans around the world. This means that one of the most useful exploits in Tears of the Kingdom is gone, and players will have to source their own gear instead of relying on bugs.

Prior to the release of the latest patch, it was possible to exploit the item duplication bug in Tears of the Kingdom by performing a shield jump with the paraglider and then dropping items, causing copies to spawn on the ground. This allowed players to easily duplicate rare items such as Diamonds or Lynel Sabers, which could also be used as an Infinity Rupee bug by selling the excess gear to a shopkeeper and allowing them to make as much money as as they wanted without having to work for it.

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New Tears Of The Kingdom patch fixes item duplication bugs

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Gone are the days of Link raining diamonds on the fields of Hyrule. The 1.1.2 Tears of the Kingdom patch is live now, the details are noted in the official document Nintendo support Property.

Although it isn’t mentioned by name, there is a section titled “Several issues have been fixed to improve gaming experience” that fans have spotted Fixed article duplication error.

The 1.1.2 patch also fixes a few other issues including a audio error This resulted in the music sounding much higher pitched than expected. A problem with the “Camera work in depthThe quest was also fixed as a bug prevented the player from progressing further in the storyline. Other minor bugs have been fixed, but they are not as important as the item duplication bug.

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It’s no surprise that Nintendo was quick to release a patch to fix the item duplication bug considering how it breaks the game and trivializes the experience. Tears of the Kingdom has a survival element that leaves the player with limited resources, especially since his weapons are made of cheese and they break every five minutes. When Link can jump in the air and spawn a bunch of high-end gear, the whole game becomes too easy.

Curtis Crabtree

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