Video: Check Out This Trick To Get Unlimited Horse Stamina In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

The stamina gauge in Zelda: Breath Of The Wild ensures that the player, when riding a horse or climbing a rock face, uses an extra layer of tactics when exploring the beautiful open world. Although there isn’t yet a trick to have Link able to run, swim or climb for an infinite amount of time, a video on YouTube has recently been uploaded showing players how to get unlimited stamina when riding a horse.

It looks a bit tricky to master but by tapping the A button whilst holding the ZL and ZR triggers you’ll be able to speed across Hyrule in no time (and without having your steed stop for a breather).

Check out the neat trick in the video below:

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10 thoughts on “Video: Check Out This Trick To Get Unlimited Horse Stamina In Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

      1. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!} says:

        I was gonna use the horses to at least easily deal with Guardians… but then I got the timing down to near perfection when it comes to parrying their beams back at their asses with my shield. I’ve effectively turned the Guardians into giant pushovers without even needing Ancient Arrows to OHKO them. xD Calamity Ganon would have been better off creating more Lynels than taking over the Guardians. lol I still use horses on occasion just for the fun of it & rarely for the convenience.

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  1. These are ok tricks but they do not look like glitches at all. The run trick is not as fast as actually running either but still worth looking into I guess.

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