Wild Hearts Tsukumo locations

How to find Tsukumo in Wild Hearts.

Wild Hearts Tsukumo featured

In Wild Hearts Tsukumo are your faithful mechanical companions that help you out through each hunt. They can do a multitude of things for you much like another companion from a famous monster hunting franchise, but unlike there getting a Tsukumo isn’t as easy because you have to find them yourself.

Where to find Tsukumo in Wild Hearts?

To find Tsukumo locations, listen for mechanical sounds around the environment which indicates that one is nearby. You can make your job of finding them easier by unlocking the Deep Probe from the Karakuri Tech Tree which highlights all the collectibles found in the map by using the Tower.

That’s right, Tsukumo can be found and collected in the map. There are 50 Tsukumo in total in Wild Hearts. Each of them have unique different stats in Attack, Defense, Assist, or Threader forms. These Tsukumo can often be found on the main story path of Wild Hearts but some particularly powerful ones are harder to find.

Wild Hearts Tsukumo Explained

Tsukumo are small mechanical balls that roll along side you and act as companions in Wild Hearts. Not to dissimilar from the Palico in Monster Hunter, Tsukumo can heal you, fight alongside you, and even act as bait for powerful monsters.

Wild Hearts Tsukumo Explained

In Wild Hearts Tsukumo can be upgraded using Upgrade Cogs after finding them. To upgrade Tsukumo, sit by the fire and use the “Enhance Tsukumo” option. You’ll have four forms to choose from:

  • Attack Form: Increases damage attack dealt by Tsukumo.
  • Defense Form: Makes your Tsukumo tougher.
  • Assist Form: Increases healing done by Tsukumo.
  • Threader Form: Celestial Threat’s rate of supply increased.

Tsukumo are incredibly helpful in Wild Hearts for dealing with tougher foes. While they’re not as cute as the Palico nor can be ridden like the Palamute in Monster Hunter, they still have their significant uses.

That’s everything on the Wild Hearts Tsukumo locations and what they are. This should help you understand your mechanical companion easier now.