Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — How to Use Rockets

The Missile is one of many types of Zonai Devices you will encounter The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. It’s one of the most useful ones to have around, as it provides a huge boost of acceleration, but you’ll hardly be able to control movement once it’s active. Here’s our guide to help you use rockets Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

How to use rockets in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

As you explore you will sometimes come across rockets lying around, usually in areas where there are gaps you can cross, but only a rocket-powered device would do. In other cases, they can be found in armories, small facilities once run by Zonai and their constructs. These places also tend to have other devices, which are often assembled into different devices.

Finally, there are also Device Dispensers, which are large orbs that require you to drop some Zonai Charges. This causes them to spit out random gadgets based on their respective item pool. If you find one that contains rockets, you’re good to go.

So what exactly does Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Missiles so valuable? This is due to their inherent acceleration and top speed. They easily provide the biggest speed boost for a few seconds, although after that they wear off and are consumed/disappeared.

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I recommend keeping the following in mind when using a rocket:

  • If you hit a missile with a weapon, it will activate and fly away. Using it alone is generally pointless, so avoid wasting one.
  • Instead, make sure to attach missiles to other devices, such as Zonai devices or makeshift vehicles. These include boats, hovercraftand even mine carts.
  • A missile must be aimed in a general direction, which is the direction in which the object/vehicle is expected to move. For example, if you attach it to a Hover Stone device and want it to move straight up, you’ll need to use Ultrahand to rotate the rocket so it’s upright before attaching it. Alternatively, if you want it to move sideways, the rocket must also point to that side.
  • I also recommend only using one rocket at a time. Activating two or more rockets at the same time doesn’t help much.
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With the above in mind, use rockets in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. You’ll never know where your experimentation may take you. You may reach remote areas that hold secrets. For more information about the game, visit our Zelda: DeadK guides hub.

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