‘Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild’ Guide: How To Survive The Lost Woods

By Allan , Updated Mar 21, 2017 07:29 AM EDT
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In the “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”, one of the hardest location a player must survive is the lost woods. It's considered as the trickiest part of the game as the fog, strange trees, and many distractions misdirect the player from the path that leads out of the woods. And when players get lost, they lose a lot of time and waste effort finding the right direction.

Unbeknownst to many, there is actually a trick how to survive the lost woods easily which many may have overlooked. So this article is all about guiding players to make sure they never get lost in the lost woods in “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”.

How to Get Out of the Lost Woods

The easiest way to survive the lost woods and get out of the place as fast as possible is to follow the torches according to Gamers Heroes. The scary trees and fog are designed to make it harder for the player to survive the place so players need to be very observant and stick with the torches. One of the most challenging parts is upon getting Link’s last torch where there seems to be no other place to go. Players should not be distracted as by just looking closely at the flames will lead them to find two other torches in the area.

As players go to the torches, they will find another torch but is smaller. Take the torch, light it and start following the torchlight through the foggy part. Polygon reports players can make sure they are not lost by checking if the embers are still behind them as they walk. If there is a shift, players can double check their direction by making a stop and view the direction where the flame is going and follow it. The path should end when they reach Korok village and meet an old friend in “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”.

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