The Sitsum Shrine is among the various shrines that can be found on the Hyrule Surface in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. This shrine is all about a puzzle called “A Controlling Device” where Link has to learn how to use the steering stick in order to control and maneuver vehicles over obstacles.
Read ahead as we go through the steps in order to solve the A Controlling Device puzzle of the Sitsum Shrine in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Sitsum Shrine Location in Tears of the Kingdom
The Sitsum Shrine in Tears of the Kingdom is located in the Death Mountain region of Hyrule Surface, with coordinates 2369, 2596, 0804. The nearest tower is the Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower.
Sitsum Shrine Solution in Tears of the Kingdom – A Controlling Device
To solve the Sitsum Shrine, you will need to go over the obstacles using the pre-built vehicles. Most of these vehicles have a Zonai Steering stick that allows Link to drive the vehicles that it is attached to.
For the first obstacle, you simply need to ride on one of the carts and drive it over the lava river. Once you reach the other end, drive to the right path and grab the ball by the ledge. Make sure to attach the ball to the platform so that it will not roll off into the lava.
Drive back to safe ground and place the ball on the hole to open the gate nearby. The chest inside contains a Might Construct Bow.
You can then climb on the nearby ladder and glide over to the right side. Eliminate the enemy then prepare for the next obstacle.
Before riding any of the gliders, make sure to grab a steering stick from the parked carts and attach it to the glider that you will be riding. This will allow you to easily control the glider while in the air and go around the pillars to reach the statues.
Once you’re ready, fly the glider and navigate around the pillars until you reach the statues. Claim your Light of Blessing to complete the shrine.
That’s how to solve the A Controlling Device puzzle in the Sitsum Shrine; you’re now one step closer to completing all 152 shrines in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. You can also go to our other shrine guides to collect more Lights of Blessing: