Glitches and tricks for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild just keep on coming, don't they? The latest, from prolific glitch enthusiast channel Gaming Reinvented, allows you to take your horse to places it's never been before: up a mountain full of hot, flaming lava.
The trick essentially allows you to semi-permanently freeze your horse, thereby granting it immunity to the overwhelming heat found within the Elden Region. As described in the video below, you'll need to head on over to the Woodland Tower, leap off, and use your glider to mosey on down to an area near to the Woodland stable. It's not clear if this is the only place you can exploit the trick; chances are you can do it anywhere, but this seems the most reliable spot.
Before voiding out from the stamina expenditure, you'll need to aim an ice arrow toward a nearby horse (it's likely you'll need to position the horse yourself before attempting this) and freeze it. You'll then fall into the water and drown (yippee!), but after doing so, you'll find that the horse remains frozen, and will continue to do so unless it dies from some other means.
This means that you'll now be able to take your horse to the Elden Region and up Death Mountain, completely immune to the effects of extreme heat. You can even ride directly into the store within Goron City, though why you'd want to is another question entirely.
Check out the video below for a full walkthrough, courtesy of Gaming Reinvented:
Be sure to check out some of the other glitches found within the game; there's sure to be something fun to try out!
Let us know if you try out this particular glitch, and whether you've come across anything else noteworthy in the game!
"semi-permanently", sounds about the same as "full hybrid".
Haha. I’m surprised PETA hasn’t kicked up a fuss about a horse bursting into flames in this game.
Frankly, after I got the Master Cycle Zero, I rarely use horses anymore. Although, I'm waiting for a glitch to be discovered where you can use either in the Gerudo Desert region. I could never get the hang of Sand Seals.
C'mon Nintendo. I want a new Zelda experience. 2D is also fine for me...
I've played a lot of zelda-like indies recently. I'm more than ready for a new real deal!
@Kienda Shh! Don't give them any ideas!
Do you know what semi-permanently means? It doesn’t mean anything because it’s not proper English. The word that should’ve been used was ‘temporarily’…..is anyone proof reading these articles these days?!
Skyrim horse is not impress.
@AstroTheGamosian Okay yes but who cares?
@AWiiGii Lots of people actually. Many people have been searching for a glitch to ride horses or the bike in the desert.
@Orokosaki But temporarily's not the best word for the situation either, because the condition doesn't wear off over time, it gets removed due to certain triggers. I'm sure there's a better word for the situation than either of those options, because this is the English language we're talking about and it's chock full of words, but I'm having trouble coming up with one. Indefinitely, perhaps.
People will still be discovering things you can do in this amazing game in 20 years time.
I smell malintent!
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