The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom offers much more freedom to the player compared to its prequel thanks to its new building system. It is enough that users have a slight degree of freedom to unleash their creativity in the most obscene way possible in any video game and the new one from Nintendo is no exception.
As anticipated, one of the main mechanics in Link’s new adventure is his ability to fuse objects, which allows for the creation of a wide variety of constructions to help him make his way through the Kingdom of Hyrule… or just for him to use. players entertain themselves with this and believe any obscenity.
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The obscene constructions in Zelda cause a sensation
It didn’t take long for players to fully experiment with Link’s new ability to collect inanimate objects to fuse them together to resemble male genitalia.
Despite the fact that the game officially debuted 2 days ago, examples of these constructions abound on social networks, such as the one we show you below, which used the fusion to build an anthropomorphic figure with a protruding limb.
— ZAKUYA (@ZAKUYA_BOTW) May 13, 2023
oh, so, they made the best game of all time, is that what you’re telling me? you’re tellin me nintendo minecrafted the zelda? they legofied link, without any dedongification? incredible pic.twitter.com/63NWiPHOPF
— Just UltraDavid (@ultradavid) May 12, 2023
The complexity of the mechanics vary, but what is clear is that many players are taking advantage of this feature to be mischievous and leave Hyrule’s salvation aside.
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— Bacon_snips (@marioman801) May 12, 2023
— XXYY (@colorgoblind) May 12, 2023
What did you think of the player builds in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom? Tell us in the comments.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available on Nintendo Switch. You can find more news related to him if you visit this page.
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