Nintendo has recently released a new The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom update that fixes broken quests and more.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has been quite a fun game to play letting players unleash their creativity with Link’s new powers. It did come with issues when it launched and still continues to have issues even now. This new update that Nintendo has released might have just fixed most of the problematic ones that would not allow players to progress at all.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Update Fixes Quest Issues
Update version 1.2.0 is now available to download and adds fixes for a number of quests and side-quests, where some players have not progressed beyond a certain section. This will be helpful for players who got stuck in many quests and had to abandon them to move on. Now, they can complete them after a long wait.
Read News, Earn Items
The update has also added a feature that allows players to redeem items from the Switch News channel on the console’s Home menu. Players will be rewarded for reading official Nintendo news stories via the Switch console. They will get in-game items that can help them.
Full Patch Notes
Check out the full patch notes below:
By starting the game from within certain articles released on a specific Switch News channel (accessed via the HOME Menu) players can receive a number of in-game items.
Depending on the state of gameplay progression or the location in which the data is reopened, there may be cases in which the items cannot be received.
Fixed an issue where players could not progress beyond a certain point in the main quests “A Mystery in the Depths” and “Secret of the Ring Ruins”, the side adventures “Hateno Village Research Lab” and “Lurelin Village Restoration Project”, the shrine quest “Dyeing to Find It”, and the side quests “Village Attacked by Pirates”, “The Incomplete Stable”, and “Seeking the Pirate Hideout”. Downloading the update will allow players to proceed past that point.
Fixed an issue preventing fairies from appearing under certain conditions when they originally should have appeared.
Fixed an issue preventing the meals provided by Kiana of Lurelin Village from changing under certain conditions.
Several issues have been addressed to improve the gameplay experience.
Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is now available on Nintendo Switch.