How Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Pays Tribute to the Master Cycle Zero

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom lacks the Master Cycle Zero and Sheikah technology, yet players created the "Hover Bike." 

With its basic design, battery efficiency, and all-terrain capabilities, the Hover Bike became a must-have vehicle for Tears of the Kingdom players, mimicking an open-world Hyrule. 

The player-made Hover Bike achieves the freedom and exhilaration of the Master Cycle Zero,  

while the Beam Cycle in Tears of the Kingdom falls short in design, mobility, and function. 

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom doesn't contain Sheikah technology or DLC, 

but player ingenuity and Zonai gadgets have recaptured Master Cycle Zero. 

Tears of the Kingdom's new Zonai vehicles held promise for Master Cycle Zero as fans wondered if Breath of the Wild's DLC prize will materialize. 

Later, Tears of the Kingdom showed that Master Cycle Zero and most Sheikah technology were absent. 

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