Shrine Sensor Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Knowing how to unlock Shrine Sensor in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is essential for any completionist gamer who wants to find every Shrine in TOTK. However, unlike in BotW, the TOTK Shrine Sensor is not something you receive immediately upon starting your adventure. That’s why many players are unsure if the device is still in the game. It is! Read on as we explain how to get the Shrine Sensor in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

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Shrine Sensor Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Get Shrine Sensor in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

We didn’t think it was possible, but somehow the world of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom is even bigger than the world of BOTW. It sprawls across three big maps, and what’s more – it is much denser with content. Wherever you look and go, you will find some mystery to solve, some NPC in need of your help, or some hidden location. While exciting, it can also be daunting and hard to navigate. Luckily, we will have some help. At least when it comes to finding Shrines – some of them can be extremely well hidden and out of view. Namely, the Shrine Sensor is back! So, what do you need to do to get it?

Without spoiling too much, you will need to complete the series of quests for Robbie. You will be able to find him in Lookout Landing from the very start, alongside Josha. The first quest he gives to you is called the “Camera Work in The Depths”. Once you complete it, the next quest “Mystery of The Depths”.

When you finish “Mystery of The Depths”, head back to Robbie’s workshop at the Lookout Landing and speak with him. He will tell you about his plans to return to the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. You will need to go there as well. When you find him there, speak with him, and he will add the Zelda TOTK Shrine Sensor to the Purah Pad.

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