The title gives all kinds of options to create whatever comes to mind.
Link in the sky of Hyrule on a glider
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The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom has not been on the market for even a month, but we have already seen that this Nintendo Switch title has been able to demonstrate the enormous creative potential of many of its users, thus giving rise to that in just a few weeks we have seen simple things like designing a Link house in the purest Animal Crossing style to even seeing how a Metal Gear Rex walks through Hyrule.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
However, nothing seemed to prepare us for what was to come, since although many constructions are focusing on the ground, the truth is that many others are focused on show us different ways of traveling across the skyhaving people who have created even combat planes that allow us to shoot a large amount of lightning at the enemies under our feet.
A flying ship that reminds us of the one seen in Disney’s Treasure Planet
Having said all this, what the Twitter user known as EduuCT has achieved is on another level, since, as he has shown in a video on his personal account, he has been able to create a flying shipbeing so that for this he would have used one of the wooden ships seen in the game (we imagine that from the Ona Ona Village) and has combined it with a Glider, Turbines and other Zonnan elements, thus achieving that I can fly through the sky.
It must be said that this has been accompanied by the song by Alex Ubago from I’m still here, which belongs to the soundtrack of Treasure Planet, a Disney film that adapts the literary classic Treasure Island with the peculiarity that it is in space and the protagonists travel in a space ship, which, given the case that concerns us, fits perfectly with the tweet that you can see below:
Zelda: Link, come find me, we have to save Hyrule.
Me: Sorry, I can’t, I’m going in search of a treasure. pic.twitter.com/FewMOeUOl2
— Edu (@EduuCT) June 1, 2023
For the rest, it only remains to remember that The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom It is available exclusively for Nintendo Switch since May 12, being a title with which we are going to have many great creations from its users in the future.
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