How to Get Autobuild Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you want to know how to get the Autobuild ability in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, this guide is the right place for you. We are going to explain where you can unlock the Autobuild ability and how to get there. It’s not easy to find, I’ll grant you that. However, it’s worth looking for, because it allows you to recreate things you’ve already made before automatically. Yes, even if you don’t have the components on hand.

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how to get autobuild zelda tears of the kingdom
How to Get Autobuild Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Get Autobuild Ability in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To get the Autobuild ability in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you first need to find you way up to the Great Plateau. We did it by standing under the rock lip of the Plateau and using Ascend to get up top. However you reach the Plateau, the next step is to get to the Eastern Abbey. If you don’t know where that is, consult the map screenshots below. In the eastern part of the Abbey, you will find the Great Plateau East Chasm. Time to go underground! Drop all the way down and look for the rails. There should be a minecart near you, as well as a few shelves of Zonai fans. Put the cart on the rails and a fan on the back, then smack the fan to ride the rails all the way to Great Abandoned Central Mine.

The next step to get the Zelda Tears of the kingdom Autobuild ability, head up the stairs leading to the right. Once you get to a dead end, climb up the rocks to the plateau above you. There’s a Construct you can talk to there, from which you will learn all about Autobuild. Oh, there’s also a boss you’ll have to fight, but you’ll get the ability regardless. As we’ve said up top, Autobuild saves anything you craft using Ultrahand as a kind of blueprint. You can then replicate these constructs automatically, as long as you have the components lying around or enough Zonaite. Just keep in mind that it’s it takes a lot of the ore to conjure something out of thin air.

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