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They use Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom for a scientific experiment

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They use Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom for a scientific experiment

A scientific study of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has recently been carried out, and here we bring you all the details.

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Specifically, the study has focused on Terry / Beedle, one of the non-playable characters of the title who sells us merchandise. The experiment is based on seeing what happens when you lift this character off the ground.

These are the details:

  • Beedle and other NPCs become subjects of experiments to find out how the physics in the title works scientifically.
  • Players are figuring out what happens when they pick Beedle up off the ground, exploring potential loopholes in these physics.
  • Other players have experimented with NPCs in various situations in Hyrule.
  • NPCs are necessary catalysts for these experiments, as they the game has problems tracking their position when they are in the air.
  • Players use the Ultra-Hand ability and Zonnan technology to create something new in the game environment – ​​see how the game sends these characters flying because it detects that they are in the air.
  • NPCs, in particular Beedle, reveal situations such as the following:

This immense power must be harnessed somehow
by u/Okossen in HyruleEngineering

NPC go vroom!
by u/ZeroBendy311 in tearsofthekingdom

I sent an npc flying
by u/GarnetGamer9125 in tearsofthekingdom

What is your opinion? Do not hesitate to leave it in the comments. Remember that this sequel is already available: you have our analysis of the Tears of the Kingdom game here and our complete guide to this game here.

Fuente.

  • Zelda Tears

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