Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom takes building stuff to access certain areas, solve puzzles, go from one place to another, and such other things to a whole new level by giving a lot more flexibility that many games with a similar theme lack.
With the new Zonai tools, you can build ‘literally’ anything in the game based on your creativity. There are many moments in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom when we create fantastic functional structures, whether a vehicle, a flame-spewing makeshift robot, or anything else, and later, fail to recreate it.
This is where saving builds in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom comes into play. For players who don’t know, there is this handy ability in the game that players can use to save builds, but since it is well hidden in The Depths, some players fail to find it, while many are unaware of it.
Seeing that, we prepared this handy guide on how to save builds in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, which talks about where you can get the ability to save builds and how to use it to save your creations in the game.
How to Save Builds in Tears of the Kingdom
In Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, you can save builds using the Autobuild rune ability that you can get from The Depths by interacting with the Steward Construct, whom you will find at a delipidated temple-like structure located at the following coordinates: -0781, -1886, -0523.
Once you have acquired Autobuild ability, you can simply create anything and later access it from the Autobuild history. It also allows you to mark your creations as favorites to access them quickly.
Usually, the game will introduce you to the Autobuild ability when you progress Robbie and Josha’s questline that starts with the Camera in the Works quest.
After completing it, keep interacting with them at Lookout’s Landing to get the A Mystery in the Depths quest, which takes you to the above-shared coordinates where you learn Autobuild.
That concludes our guide on how to save builds in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. For more on Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, check out our dedicated guides section.
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