Even though The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been out for over four years, fans of the action-adventure game continuously find new things. However, the most recent find isn't part of the game's design. Speedrunners in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild have broken the game in an exciting new way once again. The most recent Breath of the Wild bug lets players pull Master Sword very early in the game, and it's effortless to achieve.
Once players have completed the Great Plateau tutorial region, the recently revealed the Master Sword glitch allows them to go to the sword and pull it immediately. There are only two items that the player must bring with them. A piece of wood is the first, while a fire source, such as a fire arrow or a sword imbued with fire, is the second. Then it's only a matter of getting to Master Sword without dying via the Lost Woods.
The remainder is straightforward once the player has guided their 3-heart Link to Master Sword at the Lost Woods' heart, with wood and fire source in hand. To begin, get close enough to the blade to be able to pull it. Then, in front of Link, place the wood on the ground and light it on fire. This should be enough to start a campfire. Look directly up into the sky before utilizing the campfire to "sleep" till morning. When the screen goes dark, press the "A" button, and the player will be given the Master Sword when they regain control.
In-game, this isn't recognized as acquiring the Master Sword appropriately. The free inventory slot, for example, will not be opened. The Master Sword will still be available to players, but the game will not recognize them as having it. However, after the required 13 hearts have been obtained, players can complete the quest as usual.
This method of obtaining the Master Sword does not technically unlock anything for the player. It doesn't benefit Breath of the Wild speedrunners much because they're already going straight to Ganon in their speed runs. Getting the Master Sword right off the plateau is still a fascinating option for Breath of the Wild gamers who are just having fun and messing around.
Breath of the Wild has a lot of strange and exciting errors. Wind bombs that launch the player into the air, "Super Menu Overload," cause the game to crash in various ways and a slew of additional bugs that seem to pop up every month. But there's something remarkable about this Master Sword bug. It not only provides a unique reward, but it's also relatively simple to complete, especially for beginner players. Hopefully, this will encourage some Zelda lovers to rediscover the game and enjoy it again.