Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Player Builds 'Jeep Wrangler' With Working Door, Spare Tire

A Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player managed to recreate a Jeep Wrangler in the game, complete with working doors and a spare tire. The Legend of Zelda : Tear of the Kingdom allows players to explore their creativity by providing a plethora of playable tools and the ability to utilize them. Because of the freedom Nintendo has provided, players have built tons of different contraptions, such as the fully functional HIMARS rocket launch system in Tears of the Kingdom. Although not so exaggerated, this player did something more down-to-earth instead.

In The Legend of Zelda : Tear of the Kingdom, there are various parts used for building, called Zonai Devices. These devices will work as long as the player has enough batteries, unless the player builds a rechargeable electric car in Tears of the Kingdom. Wheels, steering levers, fans, rockets, and more can all be configured to be anything the player likes, turning the game into a true sandbox where players can try out different contraptions to solve problems.

A Tears of Kingdoms player has built his own vehicle based on the Jeep Wrangler. On the Tears of the Kingdom subreddit, user AlfredoTheImpasta uploaded a video showing off their latest 4WD. In the video, it shows the Jeep Wrangler vehicle driving around, along with photos from different angles. The video shows the player using a Spring Zonai device connected to a Sled device as a car door, which opens to allow the player to enter and exit. However, thanks to Spring, users indicate that opening it should be done with care as it could send them off a cliff.

In the comments, many praised the player’s creativity, though some pointed out that the actual Jeep Wrangler would have bigger tires. In the game, the big tires are better for off-roading than the smaller ones that players have installed, but users did say they have a version with big wheels. A contraption like this actually has a purpose, unlike some other stuff that players make, like Tears of the Kingdom players make a biblical angel.

Whether it’s a simple bicycle that players build to get around, or an intricately crafted mech they use to attack enemies in Tears of Kingdoms, the degree of freedom in the player’s hands can be a little overwhelming. Thanks to these systems, though, players can show off their creativity, even if it’s akin to building a real Jeep Wrangler.

The Legend of Zelda : Kingdom Tears is now available for Nintendo Switch.

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