Ever wanted to clone the Old Man from the beginning of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, then force your elderly army to fight a Guardian? Or crush a Lynel under a pile of metal boxes? Or, uh, make it rain bananas? Well, you can now do just that, provided you’re playing Breath of the Wild on PC.
Resourceful fans (who Nintendo must hate) have got The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild working on PC, using the Wii U emulator CEMU. It took a little while, but now that the game is running smoothly at 4K, fans have turned to implementing more frivolous features, like cheat codes. The latest, most powerful cheat is the Accio Master Code, which lets you spawn any object, anywhere, in whatever quantity you want.
Accio Master Code co-creator MrBean35000vr puts cheat through its paces in the above video, spawning adorable packs of doggies, terrifying hordes of Guardians, and much more. He also discovers some interesting new things about the game. For instance, did you know you can stack rupees vertically, creating literal towers of cash? Oh, and turns out 999,999 rupees is the maximum you can carry. Good to know?
Also, if you try to spawn too many objects of a certain type (MrBean tries it with pigeons) Breath of the Wild will automatically trigger a Blood Moon to reset the world, rather than having the game crash. Nintendo really thought of everything when making this game.
Using the Accio Master Code requires some technical knowhow, but if you think you’re up to it, you’ll need to get the emulated version of Breath of the Wild running on your PC, download this Wii U cheat client, then grab the code for the Accio cheat. If, like most people, you aren’t comfortable with that level of messing about, you can just watch guys like MrBean take advantage of the code. That’s almost as fun!
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