The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is probably one of the most complete, if not the most complete, games of the famous Nintendo franchise. As a sequel slowly looms on the horizon, the game released in 2017 never ceases to amaze. The proof is, a player shared a surprising technique that saves precious time in shrines.
a significant time saving
In The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Link has to compete against 120 shrines in total. Some additional shrines are added via The Ode to Prodigies, one of the game’s two expansions. Puzzle-like mini-dungeons that can be solved in many different ways. In addition to the modules, capacities available to you at all times, Breath of the Wild lets you interact with a wide variety of items, from weapons, materials, enemies, and even scenery.
Thus, as the years pass, it is always possible to discover new ways of apprehending this or that element. And in Breath of the Wild, among the most popular elements of the Sanctuaries are the pressure plates. The principle is simple: you should place an object heavy enough to activate it in order to interact with the decor. Door that opens, platform that moves, pressure plates can have various purposes. To activate them, some rely on the elements of the scenery, a weapon or a shield or even the Stasis. Others, on the other hand, opt for surprising objects, such as salt.
On the subreddit dedicated to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a surfer named Lolblur shared his personal technique of using salt to activate a pressure plate. A curiosity which did not fail to surprise a good number of players having no knowledge of the technique. Used only for cooking, salt takes on a whole new purpose here. No more worrying about losing a piece of gear or running out of time while using the Stasis, as salt is easy to collect in Hyrule. And if the pressure plate needs to be deactivated at some point, just place a bomb next to it and activate it as needed.
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