Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — How to Use Minecarts

You can use minecarts The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to get through both underground tunnels and distant sky islands. However, there are some tools that you may need in order to use them. Let’s see how to use minecarts Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Use of minecarts in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Minecarts come in different shapes and sizes. The first you will no doubt encounter is during your trek through the Great Sky Island area. After visiting a few shrines, you must do it Build a hovercraft cross a flowing river. On the opposite bank you will see the cave where you will have your first opportunity to play around with minecarts.

The basic requirement if you want to use minecarts Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is this: There must be a carriage acting as your vehicle and it should be placed on a track or track.

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  • fans: You need to place a fan at the back of the cart. Make sure the yellow power button is facing away as that is where the air will come from. Upon hitting the fan, the minecart can be driven along the tracks. Keep in mind that your power cell (ie Link’s battery) will slowly drain while a device is active.
  • Missiles: Rockets are also a popular option, although they tend to be rarer. Instead of being placed in the back, a rocket must be placed in the front. At the same time, it must be turned so that it points in the direction in which the vehicle is to go. For example, if the minecart is on a rail and the next piece of track points slightly upwards, then the rocket must also point diagonally upwards. Missiles provide a burst of acceleration, but it wears off and disappears after a few seconds.
  • Hooks, plates and other devices: Although not necessarily Zonai devices, these tools can be used in some cases. For example, if there’s a rail higher up and you can’t reach it, you can place a hook-like item (if there’s one nearby) and then attach the minecart underneath.
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These are just a few ways you can take advantage of them The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom mine carts. For more information about the game, visit our Zelda: DeadK guides hub.

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