Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a video game where players can explore the world of Hyrule, find armor, and the legendary Master Sword. However, players can also come across mysterious Geoglyphs while exploring Hyrule. In this article, we will discuss what Geoglyphs are, what they are used for, and where they can be found.
What are Geoglyphs?
Geoglyphs are objects that players must collect in Tears of the Kingdom to obtain the legendary Master Sword. In total, there are 11 Geoglyphs scattered around Hyrule, which players must find to unlock deeper elements of the game’s lore. They are similar to the Captured Memories from Breath of the Wild, in that they look into past events from the perspective of Zelda.
All Geoglyph locations
Finding the Geoglyphs in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom can be a challenge. Below are the locations of all 11 Geoglyphs:
Where Am I? Geoglyph: Head left across the river to the northwest of Central Hyrule.
An Unfamiliar World Geoglyph: Head over to Rito Village and follow the path all the way to the east until you come across the Geoglyph. You will need to head north of the path when you line up with the icon.
Mineru’s Counsel Geoglyph: Found just above the Lanayru Wetlands and to the east of Central Hyrule. Follow the uppermost right path from the center until you line up with the icon, then head north.
The Gerudo Assault Geoglyph: This Geoglyph can be found on an island just off the Hyrule Fields.
A Show of Fealty Geoglyph: Located near the southeast of the Gerudo Highlands. Head down the hills and you should see the Geoglyph waiting.
Zelda and Sonia Geoglyph: Head into the Gerudo Highlands and then directly north.
Sonia Is Caught by Treachery Geoglyph: Located in the far southeast corner of Hyrule, by Lurelin Village.
Birth of the Demon King Geoglyph: Head over to the Hebra Mountains, look around for Tabantha Tundra, and head directly north.
The Sages’ Vow Geoglyph: This Geoglyph can be found at the farthest east you can go by the Lanayru Great Spring.
A King’s Duty Geoglyph: Found just above the Faron Grass.
A Master Sword in Time Geoglyph: The last Geoglyph can be found in Central Hyrule.
Geoglyphs are essential to obtaining the legendary Master Sword in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Players must find all 11 Geoglyphs to unlock deeper elements of the game’s lore and use the Master Sword. We hope that this article has helped you find all the Geoglyphs and complete your journey in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.