Forget rockets and Tesla cars. ‘Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’ players have a new mode of transportation in the field of technology: cows. Yes, you heard it right. Cows! These docile dairy suppliers have been hiding their surprising power levels, just waiting for their moment to shine in the spotlight.
One player in Hyrule, the fantasy world where the game is set, discovered this udderly amazing potential. A cow, put into a homemade trap, shot across the virtual grasslands faster than a Hyrulian knight could nay "hold on to your cuccos!" Accessibility of cow-speed, it seems, isn't covered in the typical hero training manual.
What's the trick? Capture a cow in your homemade trap and voila, you’ve got yourself a high-speed, grass-loving interceptor. It’s almost like "Fast and Furious: Grassland Drift", if you will, but with cows. Turns out, you wouldn’t have known cows were capable of such aerodynamics unless you actually witnessed them in action.
Social media threads went into meltdown over the bovine bombshell. One player marveled at the discovery. His first reaction? Rapturous laughter. His second? Pure wonder at the advances of beefy technology. Other reactions ranged from sheer awe to immediate plans for a cosmic cow journey. "I have to go now. My planet needs me," posted one user.
But don't go thinking cows are the only powerhouse NPCs in Hyrule. Other players shared clips of similar stunts pulled off with Beedle, another game character. While he lacked the supersonic speed of the cow, Beedle smoothly traversed across Hyrule with impressive grace, resembling a pedestrian on a high-tech hoverboard.
Unfortunately, Nintendo dashed hopes of exploiting these quirks further in a potential DLC expansion. It turns out the team exhausted their creativity for ‘Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’ and no additional content is expected. But who needs downloadable content when players can race cows across Hyrule?
'The Legend of Zelda' is an iconic series known for its detailed visuals, emotive music scores, and engrossing storytelling. However, it’s these unscripted player discoveries that add a unique layer of charm to the fanatic fanbase. So, if you're trying to break the monotonous horse-riding routine in the game, give cows a chance. You might even be surprised by the speed—the only thing left to say is, holy cow!
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