Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom players are ripping on Elon Musk in very creative ways

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zelda tears of the kingdom players are ripping on elon musk in very creative ways

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a great game for a lot of reasons and letting creatively dunk on Elon Musk is one of them. Fans are already aware of how creative they can get in this game and letting them get mad at a billionaire is part of that.

Twitter user @chocrab_1226 shared a video of him bombing Musk’s name in Japanese letters and it's great. Knowing how hard it must have been to arrange those letters correctly and glide into the air just to bomb it is insane. At the least, the player had a bunch of bombs to spare so it wasn’t a useless effort.

For those unaware, Elon Musk made another “brilliant” decision to minimize the number of tweets users can look at. Normal users are limited to 600 tweets, new users are limited to 300 tweets and verified users get 6000. That has now been increased to 800 for normal, 400 for new, and 8000 for verified but it’s still a dumb thing to do.

Unsurprisingly, this has led to more users hating Elon Musk, hence, creative Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom bashing. You can argue that this is too much effort just to dunk on one guy but we think this is valid. Plus, this is the user’s copy of the game and they can do whatever they want.

Letting players get creative for petty reasons is just one of the many reasons people fell in love with this Nintendo Switch exclusive. The fact that it also improves on most of the first game’s heavy flaws is another reason to like it. While the narrative can be better, the gameplay is just so good that we can’t really complain about that.

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Curious fans can pick up Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and its precursor Breath of the Wild on Switch right now. New users who don’t have a Twitter account should stay away from the platform until it gets better, which isn’t anytime soon.

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