How does Fusing work in Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom?
There are plenty of new abilities that Link can use in Tears of the Kingdom, and one of the most game-changing skills is Fusing which gives players the opportunity to create brand-new weapons by combining different items together.
If you’re wondering exactly how Fusing works in Tears of the Kingdom, here’s everything you need to know about the ability.
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What is Fuse in Tears of the Kingdom?
As the name suggests, Fuse enables Link to combine various items together to create makeshift weapons. For example, combining a tree branch with a boulder will create a hammer that can be used to pulverize Link’s enemies. These player-created weapons also have various effects that differ from ordinary weapons found across Hyrule.
How to Fuse weapons in Tears of the Kingdom
In order to Fuse weapons in Tears of the Kingdom, simply follow the instructions outlined below:
- Find a weapon or item and equip it.
- Locate another weapon or item.
- Activate the Fuse ability.
- Press Y or ZL to Fuse both items together.
If this wasn’t exciting enough, players can also Fuse arrows with inventory items to create unique projectiles. For example, fusing an arrow with an eyeball creates an arrow that hones in on your target, making it easier to hit distant moving targets
Tears of the Kingdom Fuse combinations
All the Fuse combinations shown in the 10-minute gameplay video can be found in the table below. We’ll be sure to update this section as soon as new combinations are announced.
|Tree Branch + Boulder||Hammer|
|Long Stick + Farmer’s Pitchfork||Longer Polearm|
|Arrow + Korok Frond||—|
|Arrow + White Chuchu Jelly||Freeze Arrow|
|Arrow + Keese Eyeball||Homing Arrow|
|Puffshroom + Shield||Smoke Bomb Shield|
|Wooden Stick + Log||Wooden Club|
|x3 Log +||Raft|
So, there you have it, that’s everything you need to know about the Fuse ability and how you can use it. While waiting to create some awesome combinations, take a look at some of our other handy Legend of Zelda guides and content:
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