How to Beat Flux Construct I Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Don’t know how to beat the Flux Construct I boss in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? We’ve got you covered! While similar to BOTW, the new Zelda features many new mechanics and enemy types. In this guide, we provide tips, tricks, and strategies on how to defeat Flux Construct I in Great Sky Island in Zelda TOTK.

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How to Beat Flux Construct I Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Beat Flux Construct I Boss in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Similar to the first game, in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, your first zone will be a confined region where you’ll learn all the necessary things until you later reach the fully open world. This is also where you’ll first have a boss fight in the game. Namely, you’ll stumble upon Flux Construct I at one point. This huge boss consists of a large number of smaller cubes that together make its body. And while it looks relatively scary at first glance, it is actually not that hard boss to beat. Flux Construct I has several types of attacks, and you will generally need to learn them and avoid them on your own.

However, while Flux Construct I is attacking you, that’s when you’ll need to counter-attack him. Wait for his attack, avoid the attack, and then quickly activate your Ultrahand ability (L). Aim towards the shining highlighted cube on his body. Press A to grab the highlighted cube, then pull it towards you until you break Flux Construct I into pieces. Finally, while Flux Construct I is broken, quickly approach the shining cube and start beating it as much as you can. Eventually, Flux Construct I will assemble again. From there, simply repeat the process. Avoid the attacks, pull out the shining cube, and attack the cube until Flux Construct I reassembles. When you deprive it of all its health, it will drop Flux Construct I Core and several Zonai Charges.

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