How to Get Bow - Kena Bridge of Spirits

If you want to know how to get the bow in Kena Bridge of Spirits, you’ve come to the right place. The bow is, as far as I know, the only real option you’ll get when it comes to long-ranged combat, not to mention that it is necessary to solve specific puzzles. So, you want to unlock the bow in Kena Bridge of Spirits as soon as possible. Well, fortunately, you absolutely can, and we’ll show you how in this guide.

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How to Get Bow – Kena Bridge of Spirits

How to Get Bow in Kena Bridge of Spirits

To get the bow in Kena Bridge of Spirits, all you have to do is push through the main story. You don’t have to wait for a long time, but you do have to work to unlock the bow in Kena. AT one point, you’ll be following twins Beni and Saiya through the forest. Your mission is to find their lost brother, Taro, but more importantly, they’ll tell you to find a guy called Rusu. The guy lives at the top of a cliff, so all you have to do is get up there.

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That, of course, is easier said than done. You’ll have to do a lot of climbing and beating up monsters until you eventually meet a boss called Kappa. You have to beat this boss if you want to get the bow or, indeed, even progress further through the game. To get the Kena Bridge of Spirits bow, after the Kappa is dead, step into the lift leading up and out of the cave. You’ll notice that you’re near the top of the cliffs. So, all you have to do is follow the twins who will lead you straight to Rusu.

After a truly beautiful and heartstrings-tugging cutscene that just hits all of those Pixar notes, you will have unlocked the bow in Kena. The game will teach you how to use the bow, and you’ll even get a little target practice just in case. From there, you can use the bow freely, including to solve different puzzles, such as the one where you have to restore the Fishing Shrine.

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