How to Upgrade Battery Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you are unsure how to upgrade the battery for Zonai devices in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, we have all the info you need! As soon as you start your adventures in TOTK, you’ll quickly learn about these strange but useful Zonai devices. They will let you do all kinds of things. However, they need energy! And for that, you need Zelda TOTK Energy Cell or Battery. However, their capacity is not particularly big. So, how to make the battery bigger? Read on to learn about the Energy Well upgrade in Zelda TOTK.

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How to Upgrade Battery Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
How do you increase your battery in Zelda TOTK?

How to Upgrade Battery in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

So, how to upgrade your Energy Cell in Zelda TOTK to have more power? First things first, you can not have more batteries. You have only one Energy Cell (Battery), which has 3 bars at the start, and which you can use for all devices. However, you can upgrade your Energy Cell to store more energy and thus travel further with Zonai devices! How to get more battery bars in Zelda TOTK? You will learn this soon after you complete the Nachoyah Shrine in Great Sky Island. You will stumble upon a Steward Construct. He will explain to you all you need to know about increasing Zonai battery capacity in Zelda TOTK.

In order to increase battery power in TOTK, you will need Energy Wells. These Energy Wells can be made at any Zonai Crystal Refinery (a battery symbol on a map). There’s one at the starting Great Sky Island and one at the north exit from Lookout Landing in Hyrule. However, in order for a Construct to make one Energy Cell for you, you’ll need to bring 100 Crystallized Charges. These Crystallized Charges are refined from a Zonaite. Zonaite is a rare ore found mostly in the underground world (depths). So there you have it, that’s how you increase battery capacity in Zelda TOTK.

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