Feeding horses in the enigmatic realm of “Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom” not only adds to the game’s immersive appeal but also significantly improves your rapport with these equine companions. As a fellow player, I appreciate the nuanced gameplay mechanics, such as feeding the horses, that further enhance our connection to the Zelda universe.
How to Feed Horses in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Feeding a horse in “Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom” is an engaging and intuitive process. Start by picking an apple from your inventory and have Link hold it in his hand. It’s a subtle detail but a nod to the realism the game offers.
Next, you need to approach your horse calmly. Getting too close too fast may startle your horse, something we want to avoid. Once you’re at a comfortable distance, extend your hand to offer the apple to your horse. Position it carefully in front of the horse’s nose, and voila! You’ve successfully fed your horse.
Where to Find Apples
The land of Hyrule, the game’s expansive open world, is a bountiful kingdom filled with many hidden treasures. Among these are apples, the preferred treats for horses in “Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom”. It’s an enjoyable experience to explore Hyrule’s diverse landscapes while searching for these delicious fruits.
If you look carefully, you’ll spot trees laden with apples across Hyrule, hinting at the game designers’ intention for us to feed horses. This fruitful endeavor becomes even more fun as you uncover more of the open world, where these trees are scattered in abundance.