This new Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom glitch is super overpowered. It allows you to kill any enemy with only one hit. Here is how to do it.
A new glitch in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom allows you to easily defeat any enemy in the game with only one hit. After the most recent item duplication glitch has filled the Twitter feeds in the past days, fans have now discovered another glitch, and this one is super OP.
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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom One-Hit Glitch
The glitch that gives you the power to one-hit any enemy works as follows. Somehow, glitch hunters have found a way to stack multiple weapons over each other, so that each of the attack damages and effects are combined.
(Zuggling) # # # # #TearsOfTheKingdom #Zelda #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/zBaa3WMjjA— (@L_ig_) May 18, 2023
How To Glitch Weapons Together
The community has already given this glitch the name "Zuggling" and here is how to do it.
- Position yourself in front of a wall
- Draw your weapon by pressing "Y" once
- Open your inventory and drop 6 bows
- Switch to your weapon inventory, drop your equipped weapon and then equip another one
- Press "+" two times very fast, so that your inventory closes and reopens right after
- Repeat dropping and equipping your weapons a few times until you see your dropped weapons reappear in their slots one by one
- Exit the menu and pick up your bows
- Drop 6 bows again and repeat the process
You can also use GAMENIAC's tutorial on YouTube as guidance
With this glitch, you can basically create weapons that deal hundreds of damage points, theoretically there are no limits here. Players could even boost up their weapons to a point where they can simply one-hit a Gleeok. Check this out!
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This glitch is pretty easy to perform and super overpowered too. However, we don't recommend you to use it. On the one hand, something can always go wrong with such glitches and might break the game, but more importantly, you'll only be cheating yourself and not playing the game as the developer intended.
It's much more fun and fulfilling to defeat the opponents in TotK in an honest fight.
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