Even though The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom was released a few months ago, there are still some questions that some fans are wondering, the first one is related to whether we will ever have expansions and DLC. For its part, there are also narrative issues that don’t make sense to some, most notably what happened with technology. to learn to be published Breath of the Wild.
Fortunately, there is already an answer or something similar to this last question, given that video game directors, Hidemaro Fujibayashi commented on this in a recent interview, but it’s not an answer that followers will really like. And it just says “he just disappeared with Ganon the Calamity”, its citizens Hyrule They were eyewitnesses, but no one knows why it happened.
Answer from here Fujibayashi:
After the disaster is defeated the learned technology disappears. All the people of Hyrule have also witnessed this, but no one knows the mechanism or reason why they disappeared and it is considered a mystery. It is believed that after the disaster disappeared, they also disappeared because their roles were fulfilled.
However, mysterious events and strange occurrences are common in Hyrule. Therefore, people have simply assumed that the reason behind the disappearance is probably related to ancient Sheikah technology and no one seems to have tried to explore the matter further. The main civilizations in each game are completely different, so we think about the game based on the concepts that match each of these civilizations.
This means that they didn’t really want to emphasize or justify the disappearance of said technology, rather it shows once again that the developers are focusing on making the main part of the title, the gameplay. Still, fans of the franchise must be left with a taste in their mouths that isn’t enough.
Remember that The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Available at switch.
Through: Nintendo Life
Editor’s Comment: Even with these vague statements, I can see people making half-hour videos explaining why this technology disappeared, so some may not like the answer and others may.