The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild introduced a weapon durability feature that divided fans of the game. Over time, weapons wielded by Link would weaken, reach a point where they become frail, and so on, and so forth.
The Master Sword is shown in this photo, although it appears to be quite different from the previous games in the series. Around halfway down the blade, the sword is cut off and corroded, making us wonder how it ended up that way after the events of Breath of the Wild.
In Tears of the Kingdom, people discussed weapon durability and what it implies for the Master Sword. We should point out that the Master Sword, one of the most famous weapons in video game history, cannot be broken in Breath of the Wild, but we digress. Fans emailed their opinions.
Many, on the other hand, mocked the possibility that the weapon might be like that after being used three times. Others joked about using it to cut down trees, thus destroying it in the aftermath. For all fairness, we will not rule it out.
Those who voted for weapon durability expressed their thoughts. Degradable weapons were perfectly fine in Breath of the Wild. They argued that as long as players kept their inventory and had backup weapons available, it didn't make much difference.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a game that everyone is interested in, and we're all excited about the sequel. The Master Sword will be needed to defeat the game, and it's unlikely that it will be replaced later on. Back in the day, it appeared for a brief moment in a teaser.