- Players in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom can now create their own vehicles using Zonai devices, leading to some impressive and entertaining designs.
- One player fused together random parts and created a lowrider vehicle, showcasing its bouncing capabilities and style in a funny video set to Snoop Dog & Dr. Dre’s “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang.”
- The lowrider’s construction includes wooden planks, sleds, and a front spring with fused wheels, and its green color is a result of the game’s Autobuild ability.
A creative Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom player fused together a collection of random parts and Zonai devices to create a realistic-looking lowrider vehicle. Tears of the Kingdom is known for its makeshift vehicles, and this brand-new lowrider design is both practical and hilarious.
The Legend of Zelda franchise is not traditionally known for being a game where players get to drive around. There have been over twenty games in the series, and the closest thing Link gets to use as a vehicle to traverse the lands of Hyrule is his trusty horse Epona. Things have changed in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, as players can now fuse different items together and make them move using Zonai devices. The Zelda community has taken full advantage of these new aspects of the series and has made some awe-inspiring vehicles to run over as many monsters as possible.
TikToker dombucha_g took a different approach to creating a vehicle in Tears of the Kingdom and fused together a relaxing lowrider. In the fast-paced clip, Link is seen driving into the gates of Lookout Landing, bouncing up and down in a thin-looking car, while Snoop Dog & Dr. Dre’s “Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang” plays in the background. Link then poses outside the car in a cool-looking outfit and shows off how high the lowrider can get. The video then cuts to Link driving up to a Boss Bokoblin and its minions. At first, it looks like Link is about to rough them up, but then he gets out of the vehicle and poses with them. Link then bounces the lowrider up and down as the Bokoblins dance around him.
The video doesn’t explain how the lowrider was built, but from the looks of it, it appears that its body is made from a combination of wooden planks and sleds. The car is able to bounce up and down thanks to the spring at the front of the body, which has two wheels fused to it. The reason why the lowrider is green is thanks to Tears of the Kingdom’s Autobuild ability. When players use Autobuild to create something out of pure Zonaite, that creation will appear green. Also, the Bokoblins refrained from attacking Link due to the power of his Bokoblin mask.
It’s also worth mentioning the very end of the video, where standing in the middle of the group of Bokoblins, Link places a club fused with a Korok Frond on the ground. Normally, fusing these two items together would make a fan, but in the clip, Link is seen lighting it on fire. It’s a very creative drug reference to end this hilarious video.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available on Nintendo Switch.
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