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Nintendo Teases Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom's 'Gacha' Mechanic's Function

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(Image credit- Nintendo Life) The latest screenshot from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which was shared by the Japanese Zelda Twitter account, reveals the enigmatic... spoiler alert... gacha machines in the game. Nintendo has finally begun providing more information about this sequel. Although gacha systems aren't typically well received in video games, there is no cause for concern in this instance. These enormous devices, as described in our Tears of the Kingdom hands-on, contain components needed to put cars together. Below is a rough Google translation of the teaser tweet and the Nintendo screenshot: "On Sky Island, I discovered a weird building. It appears that something spherical is trapped inside. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1280"]Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Image credit- Nintendo Life[/caption] And here's what we had to say about these enigmatic new gadgets in our Tears of the Kingdom hands-on: Fans and steering platforms, for example, can be found in varying quantities everywhere throughout the environment as well as in those orb-like gacha machines. More significantly, though, they can be freely moved around in your inventory. Also read: How to Take a Screenshot Using a Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, or S23 Ultra Other media sources have also provided information on the specifics of how these machines would operate in the game. Here is yet another summary from IGN: "Why It Was a Giant Gacha Machine, indeed. You can feed these machines a brand-new substance called "Zonai Charges" to get a variety of things in return, particularly Zonai tools for constructing devices. For instance, Zonai gadgets come in the form of flame emitters, flame-propelled fans, and portable cooking pots. So keep an eye out for these large gumball machines if you're seeking for technology to make your constructions work.  

By Monica Green

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