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What is the Battery Symbol on Zonai Devices in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

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What is the Battery Symbol on Zonai Devices in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is officially out now and there are tons of new items and mechanics that have been added to the game that are new for the players. As players begin to progress in the story, they will get to use new abilities right from the beginning and solve a number of puzzles to get out of the cavern area and reach the Hyrule. As players begin to experiment with abilities, they will see a Battery Symbol on the Zonai Devices that they will create.

In this guide, we’ll tell you what is the Battery Symbol on Zonai Devices that you create in Tears of the Kingdom.

What is the Battery Symbol on Zonai Devices in Tears of the Kingdom

The Ultra Hand Ability will allow players to move Objects and Materials found in the Hyrule World and attach them together to make useful Zonai Devices. These Zonai Devices can be used to traverse greater distances but they have limits as well. As Link himself has a Stamina Meter, the Zonai Devices have a Battery Life which will deplete gradually. Now, Nintendo themselves explain the Battery feature in their interview and they explained it as Magic.

But generally, it is a Battery that will deplete gradually but it would be enough in the early game to get to other places and solve puzzles. When you hit the Fan or Flamethrower or any other device, it will show you a battery and it will deplete gradually and it will stop working when it runs out of fuel. However, later in the game, you will have to increase the Battery by getting a resource named “Crystalized Charges”. Fortunately, Link can upgrade the Zonai Devices Battery and Link will be able to hold 8 Batteries in total so, that you can travel for longer on the devices you made.

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