If you’ve listened to country music, you know there’s nothing better than a cold beer and a big truck. (Not together!) Who are we to deny Connecting these pleasures in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom?
Judging from social media, many gamers are turning to tears of the kingdom as is Truck Simulator, which builds all kinds of equipment for the long haul. Want a semi? You have it! A Ford pickup truck? As well. A tractor to transport logs? Yes – and you can choose whether it’s horse-drawn or powered by Zonai wheels.
Truck Simulator, for the uninitiated, is exactly what it sounds like: a simulation series where you drive trucks. All kinds of trucks! There is American truck simulator but also European Truck Simulator; now there can also be Hyrule Truck Simulator. Kidding aside, the games are actually much more similar than you might think: Truck Simulator is truly a journey, taking players on the open road across the United States or Europe. You could describe tears of the kingdom the same way by simply swapping in Hyrule. tears of the kingdom has its own story, but what makes the game so special is that it allows the player to create their own with the revolutionary tools provided by Nintendo.
You can cross most tears of the kingdom fine without a truck. But the sheer joy of Link’s hair flapping in the wind while hauling Koroks across a rickety bridge? Invaluable.
In my own experience, driving my DIY vehicles is more complicated than anything else. And yet, there is nothing more exciting than the idea of loading my semi with Koroks.
You can also transport logs, because why not? You never know when you might need it.
Need a place for your Zonai devices? A truck works!
Look, you don’t even need a steering wheel. Just listen to a few tunes, push the wheel and drive. However, Hyrule doesn’t have many roads, so I’d suggest Zonai go over the wagons. Crafting your own is relatively simple: you should be able to find wooden planks all over Hyrule. The wheels, which are also essential, are a little harder to find; be sure to hit those chewing gum dispensers scattered across the surface and sky islands.