How to do Crit Damage in Zelda TOTK

Like in a lot of other combat-type games, crit or critical damage can be done to enemies to inflict some extra damage than you normally would be able to. There’s actually a way you could do this in Zelda’s Tears of the Kingdom too. Hence, in this article by Frondtech, we’ll be guiding you with how you could do Crit Damage in Zelda’s Tears of the Kingdom, keep reading!

How to do Crit Damage in Zelda TOTK

There are mainly two ways in the game using which you could deal Crit damage, the first one, using a weapon that has a critical hit modifier, and the second one being Hitting Precision Headshots or weak points with your bow. Here’s how you could make either of these happen:

  • Critical Attacks using Weapon Modifier:

A lot of weapons in the game, for example, the Silver Lynel Blade, have a “Critical Hit” modification available to them.

Silver Lynel Blade TOTK

The only way you’ll be able to inflict critical damage onto enemies using melee weapons is if the weapons have this particular “Critical Hit” option. The Critical Hit takes place usually at the end of the weapon’s combo attack, and it makes sure that in the last hit, the damage done is double of what a normal attack would’ve inflicted. However, if your weapon doesn’t have the “Critical Hit” modification, you won’t be able to inflict Critical Damage with it, no matter what you do!

  • Critical Damage using your Bow:

Bow in Zelda TOTK - Screenshot by Frondtech

Precision shots are what you’ll need in order to make this happen, you’ll be required to aim precisely at the enemy’s head, and if you manage to connect that shot, it’ll inflict double the damage of what a normal body shot would have. On the other hand, a lot of enemies in the game, take Hinox for example, will have a weak point. Hinox’s weak point happens to be its giant eye. Connect a shot to it, and it’ll deal Critical Damage (Basically Double the damage).

That’s all there is to know about how you could do Crit Damage in Zelda’s Tears of the Kingdom. Stay tuned to Frondtech for more such guides, and see you all in the next one!

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Last Updated on January 4, 2024

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