Amiibos Trick In  Zelda Breath of The Wild

After all these years, where gamers have proven time and time again that they will do anything for the items they want in game, you would think companies would fix a simple trick like changing our internal clocks.

Let’s take a step back for a moment and state that in the hit game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild you can use any Zelda amiibo to gain you some in world loot. For instance, the archer Link Amiibo drops arrows, bows and a variety of animal meats.  The items literally drop from the sky after you use the plastic figurine, and you can put them in your inventory post haste. It’s important to note that what drops will be random, and the Amiibo can only be used once every 24 hours.

Okay, not really if you’re willing to change your internal Switch clock.

That’s right, by simply pushing your consoles in game clock forward in time – while disconnecting from the internet – you can continuously use your Amiibo and farm items. Which is especially helpful for gamers looking for rare drops that they would otherwise struggle to find in game. Another way to circumvent the system is to simply reload your save data. If you didn’t like what was dropped by your Amiibo, merely reload your previous save data and try again.

Either way, you can’t stop a determined soul.

This little trick is allowing players to pick up an assortment of goodies, and proving to be a favorite among the laziest adventurers. Be warned though, don’t use this trick near a body of water. You might be forced to watch your items fall into a lake and disappear if you do, as the items drop from the sky like reckless daredevils.

In any case guys, happy item farming.

Let us know in the comments on what you think of this little trick, and what kind of items you might have picked up if you’re already using it.

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