The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Communities are participants, combining all sorts of glitches to reach areas the game would normally prevent you from entering. These inaccessible areas that exist outside of the map’s borders sometimes contain random items, like treasure chest may have been forgotten or lost in development. While serving no specific purpose, and despite having no significant value, these items have become a fixture for players as there is no way to obtain them. These are called “impossible” things. And after almost a year of theory and trying, one speed racer defied the unknown to collect a specific shock arrow flying in the sky, most players didn’t even know existed. .
Glitch hunter and speedster Luke Steelman, who passed by “LegendofLinkk” Online, It is estimated that this particular arrow was discovered around April 2021, near the Daqo Chisay temple in the town of Gerudo. At the time the player tried moon dance their way to the electric projectile, which means they performed a somersault that pushed Link upwards. The glitch initiates an endless jump into the sky, which you think will guarantee the bounty, but Steelman says that “the direction and speed of the older method seem very inconsistent”. They cannot list the deal.
Instead of giving up, he kept trying and theorizing about other potential methods. In another more recent effort by Steelman, posted on his YouTube channel on January 16he combined moon dance with Guardian’s spaceship/Airship malfunctioned. It’s worth noting here that, while he uses the Guardian Stalker as a platform to get into the air, the enemy is still active – it can’t see him, so it doesn’t activate to kill him. While Link is powerless against the skybox and its programming, the Guardians can be manipulated to push through invisible ceilings.
Unfortunately, the video is only conceptual – he said Kotaku in an email that while the method seen in the footage could indeed work, it would take time and persistence to reach the 2000m altitude needed to get over the skybox and near the arrow. Instead, he “doesn’t truncate” or tie the Link to the area so viewers can see the idea in action, maybe even try it out for themselves. Then he went back to the drawing board again, this time with a “much simpler” route, he said. Kotaku.
Now, in a new video posted on January 21, Steelman has shown that getting the shock arrow is not only theoretically possible, but there is a slightly easier way than he initially realized. Like last time, Steelman used a variety of bugs – including jumping to the moon – but this time, he combined it with device malfunction, making Link completely invincible with the Death Mountain status effect. After starting the Device and the moon jumping incident, Steelman teleports to Daqo Chisay Temple in Gerudo Town. From here, the arrow is only in the sky, so the point is to get the Link over 1700m into the game’s skybox.
After all that setup, the shielded Steelman dashes to a cluster of rocks to the left of the temple, then performs an infinite number of jumps to propel himself into the air without taking damage thanks to the immune bug. He jumps some, then another, while placing the Sheikah Slate to track the shock arrows, which results in telling Steelman that an arrow is nearby.
After jumping for the last few minutes, Man of Steel shoots his over-armored bomb arrows to explode. This seems to get him so much airtime, he’s really gone above and beyond the arrow! Nearly 20 minutes of glitches later, with 10 of them filled with lots of explosions that would probably make Michael Bay jealous, Steelman slowly swooped down to grab the impossible shock arrow. It’s really wild, considering this is hard to see! So far, Steelman is the only one to get the arrow – but we don’t know what he’s using it for, if at all. Kotaku Have reached out to Steelman for further comment.
It is impossible to predict other “impossible” things in Breath of the Wild. Community discovered that Link can fly when properly malfunctioned, and player keep looking new methods to break the game almost five years after the open-world action adventure hit the Nintendo Switch.
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