Zelda Breath of the Wild: How to Get the Tingle Outfit

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How to Get the Tingle Outfit in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

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The Tingle Outfit is one of the new (and the best) armor sets you can obtain in Breath of the Wild’s first DLC pack. When you have all the pieces of the set, your movement speed will be greatly increased at night. There are a total of three pieces of the Tingle Outfit to obtain: the Hood, the Shirt, and the Tights.

How to Get Each Piece of the Tingle Outfit in Breath of the Wild

Tingle’s Hood can be found at the Exchange Ruins, which is in the Central Hyrule region. The chest will be buried underground, so use your Magnesis ability to locate it and pull it out.

Tingle’s Shirt can be found in Hyrule Castle Town Prison, making it the most difficult piece to obtain. There are several Guardians in this area, so you’ll need to prepare for a fight. The chest is also underground, so you’ll have to use Magnesis again.

Lastly, Tingle’s Tights can be found in the Mabe Village Ruins, which is west of Hylia River and the Bottomless Swamp. Look for a destroyed Guardian in the water, and use Magnesis to pull the chest out from under it.

And there you have it. That’s all three pieces required for the Tingle Outfit.

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