No more relying on memory alone
The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears It will be full of surprises, with plenty of sandbox gameplay possibilities. But I eagerly awaited any announcement regarding my favorite Zelda activity: cooking. Fortunately, the game will feature quite a few cooking changes, including recipe cards in particular. On Friday, the official Zelda account ZeldaOfficialJP announced, Share a tweet with pictures called “Culinary Notes”.
According to Twitter’s translation function (which I compared to Google Translate), the tweet reads, “By the way, you can always look at the dishes you’ve made in ‘Cooking Notes. ‘ When you want to make your favorite dish again, you can check the recipe and it’s convenient.”
The photo, which has cooking notes written in English, shows one of the Meat and Seafood Fry. The top half of the card contains a picture of the cooked dish, accompanied by a brief description. The bottom half of the card shows an image of meat and two fish – at the bottom are six hearts, which I assume depict health restored by eating the dish. Also seen in the photo are the cooking notes for the steamed mushrooms and pepper slices.
This will be huge Improving the quality of life for amateur Zelda chefs everywhere. Cooking was one of my favorite parts of it Breath of the Wild Yet it was often a painful process. Breath of the Wild I had no system for keeping track of successful recipes, and my terrible memory failed to retain many of my favourites. Fortunately – after hours of making inedible trash – I found my solace by using guides and keeping a handy notebook.
These recipe cards are in Kingdom Tears We hope you make this pain point a thing of the past. as if IGN Southeast Asia reportsPlayers will still have to manually hold and drop ingredients – there is no automatic selection of cooking. Besides, we don’t quite know how these recipe cards work yet. But it’s comforting to know that there’s an official way to remember within the game Culinary successes.
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