Zelda Tears of the Kingdom It has finally been released on Nintendo Switch. One of the most anticipated games of recent years is now available and now it’s time to discover the secrets that this Hyrule hides changed that Nintendo has presented to us.
However, Zelda Tears of the Kingdom borrows some elements from Breath of the Wild. We also have a series of memoriesin this case called dragon tears, and finding them will be key to learning the history of the game.
We warn you that there may be some SPOILERbut we have designed this guide so as not to gut anything except the location of each of these memories so that you can follow the story in chronological order.
Order to get the memories or dragon tears in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
As in Breath of the Wild, within Zelda Tears of the Kingdom includes a number of memorabilia that we must get to discover the story of the adventure. Luckily, this time finding them is relatively easy.
Instead of wandering around, it is enough to contemplate Hyrule from the heights and look for the geoglyphs that are throughout the kingdom. In total there are 12 and it is possible to collect them in any order. However, this has a crumb.
And it is that, if what you want is to find out well about the history it is highly recommended to collect them in the correct order, so that the events are revealed chronologically. We leave you the images with their location and the order to get them:
- Dragon tear 1: lost
- Dragon tear 2: an unknown world
- Dragon tear 3: Mineru’s advice
- Dragon tear 4: the gerudo assault
- Dragon Tear 5: false loyalty
- Dragon Tear 6: Zelda and Sonnia
- Dragon Tear 7: Sonya’s tragedy
- Dragon Tear 8: The birth of the demon king
- Dragon Tear 9: The oath of the wise
- Dragon Tear 10: The duty of the monarch
- Dragon Tear 11: The sword of another time
- Dragon Tear 12: the dragon’s tears
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