Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Steering Stick for Vehicles

Not sure how to steer vehicles in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom? You’ll soon find out! Zelda TOTK introduces Zonai devices which offer countless possibilities to create all kinds of machines and vehicles. The only limitation is your creativity! However, some players are not sure how to control Zonai vehicles in TOTK. Read on as we explain where to find the Steering Stick Wheel for vehicles in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

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Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Steering Stick for Vehicles
How to Steer Vehicles in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom?

Where to Find Steering Stick for Vehicles in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you don’t know how to control Zonai vehicles in Zelda TOTK, you are not alone. The possibilities of Zonai vehicles are endless. However, the game doesn’t explain much in terms of how this stuff works or what you can do. Hence, while we can create some pretty awesome boats, flying machines, and cars initially, many players don’t know how to control them. You turn them on by hitting them with your weapon, and they are just going in the general direction of their initial position. So, is there an ability to control Zonai devices? Here’s how to steer vehicles in Zelda TOTK.

What you need is another Zonai device called Steering Stick. As with all other Zonai devices, it can be obtained by putting Zonai Charges into a Zonai device dispenser. However, not every Zonai device dispenser has it. Whenever you discover a Zonai dispenser, you can check its icon on the map to see which Zonai devices are available there. We’ve managed to find one Zonai dispenser with a Steering Stick at the Necluda Sky Archipelago.

For now, that’s the only Zonai device dispenser for which we know it has a Steering Stick Wheel. Check out our map below for details. Once you have the stick, put it on your ride, and you will be able to steer vehicles in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. And with the Autobuild ability, you will be able to save that construction as well!

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