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The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

17 March 2017

"The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" certainly looks better on the console and it churns out more frames per second compared to the Nintendo Wii U, reports TechnoBuffalo. The side quest calls for players to grab a picture of Kilton. After which the player should proceed to Skull Lake where they will find Kliton in the land mass at the left eye of the lake. Players will also need to do this during the evening. Kliton will say he will set up shop around the area.

There are several scenes in "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" such as explosions while the Link is indulged in a combat where the performance drop is maximum in Wii U. Nintendo Switch, on the other hand, experiences minor performance hiccups and occasional dropped frames which do not hinder the gaming experience, reports Kotaku.

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Once the shop has been setup, players will need to obtain a special currency called Monday, which can be used to buy items from Kliton.

To get the full Dark Link set, players will need to purchase the Hood for 2,000 Mon, Tunic for 1,000 Mon, and pants for another 1,000, totaling 4,000 Mon for the full set. It will take time, considering that three to four Mons are what players usually get after killing monsters. Monday is essentially a currency that Kilton trades for monster parts. Light the torch in front of you and a path of lit torches will illuminate the first route that you will be required to take. Fortunately, there is a way to reach that number a bit faster, but requires some impressive fighting skills to do so. These are the Hinox and Lynel.

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Also, finding the Fang and Bone shop is not the only challenge players face here as purchasing items from Kilton can be hard too given that he only accepts a different form of currency called Monday, according to a recent report from Samurai Gamers. And there's a lot to get stuck on in Breath of the Wild.

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The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild