Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is the direct sequel to Breath of the Wild. This one takes place once again in the open-world Hyrule. Our hero, Link, will embark on a new quest to save Hyrule from destruction.
The game features both main and optional side quests that can be completed when you feel like it. Needless to say, you will hardly want to skip these. There will be an Adventure Log to help you keep track of your progress. As the in-game mechanics will allow you to free roam even after completing the main story quests, you might want to know all about them. Without further ado, hop in!
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Main Story Quests List in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
You will have to complete a total of 23 Main Quest Chapters in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Moreover, you will come across 139 Side Quests and 60 Side Adventures. For now, let’s get an overview of the Main Quests of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom real quick:
- Find Princess Zelda
- The Closed Door
- To the Kingdom of Hyrule
- Regional Phenomena
- Find the Fifth Sage
- Crisis at Hyrule Castle
- Camera Work in the Depths
- Trail of the Master Sword
- Recovering the Hero’s Sword
- Tulin of Rito Village (Wind Temple)
- Yunobo of Goron City (Fire Temple)
- The Sludge-Covered Statue
- The Broken Slate
- Restoring the Zora Armor
- Clues to the Sky
- Sidon of the Zora (Water Temple)
- Riju of Gerudo Town (Fire Temple)
- Secret of the Ring Ruins
- Guidance from Ages Past
- A Mystery in the Depths
- Impa and the Geoglyphs
- The Dragon’s Tears
- Destroy Ganondorf
You do not have to follow the quest line in this order as you will have complete independence over it. However, Destroy Ganondorf and Find Princess Zelda will be the last ones by default.
That’s all I had in stash for the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Main quests. Stick around to get some more cooked materials!
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