Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom players are breaking the internet (and Hyrule)

A screenshot from Zelda Tears of the Kingdom showing a bizarre wooden robot looking down at Link
(Image credit: Future/ZAKUYA_BOTW via Twitter)

The long awaited Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is finally here and Nintendo fans are thrilled to finally have the game in their hands. But instead of saving Hyrule and defeating the evil Ganondorf, many players are spending their time on more important things – like building absurd creations to try and break the game.

If you're a Nintendo fan, you've probably seen some of these brilliant builds circulating the internet over the last few days. I've put together a few of my faves below, some are utterly hilarious, others just downright clever. 

This isn't the first time we've seen the brilliant creativity from Zelda fans – who remembers that stunning fan-made console design before the official one was announced? If you have yet to pick up Nintendo's latest and greatest console, make sure to check out our guide to the best Nintendo Switch deals too. 


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Abi Le Guilcher
Ecommerce Writer

Abi Le Guilcher is Creative Bloq’s Ecommerce Writer. With a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Design for Game and Film, Abi enjoys almost anything creative and will either be found crafting or gaming in her spare time. Her previous experience as a retail assistant at CeX means she has a wide range of knowledge in both technology and media and loves to keep up to date with the latest tech. Abi is an avid cosplayer and has most recently worked with PlayStation and Santa Monica Studio on a promotional campaign for the release of God of War Ragnarök.