Tears of the Kingdom introduces tons of new additions to the game to keep things fresh and different from Breath of the Wild. One such addition is called a Device Dispenser that allows you to get various Zonai Devices. That is why this guide will show you how to use a Device Dispenser in Tears of the Kingdom.
You can find these devices across the map at various locations. Make sure that you have enough Zonai Charge or Horns so that you can get the devices you are looking for. With that said, let’s dive right in and get started.
How to Use the Device Dispenser
The Device Dispenser can be found across the map of Tears of the Kingdom. To use it, you need to collect Horns and Chargers that you get by defeating the construct enemies. Each enemy in the starting area drops 1 horn and 1 charger.
While you can use the charger to gain a temporary battery to power Zonai Devices, you can also place it in the dispenser to gain a new device entirely.
If you are out of a certain device, you can go to a dispenser and place the horn or charger in the cauldron in front of it. You’ll have to hold the items you want to put in the dispenser by selecting them from the menu. This is the same as if you are putting ingredients in a cauldron to cook them.
After a brief cutscene, you will get various Zonai Devices depending on what you placed in the dispenser. In my experience, I’ve only received Wings and Fans in the starting area.
Once the cutscene is over, a small ball will roll from the dispenser toward Link. Pick up the ball to see what you got.
As you can see, I got the wing and used it to get to the Temple of Time from the third Shrine. These devices are extremely useful and can help you get out of sticky situations. So, make sure that you experiment with what you can get and how you can properly use these devices.
And there you have it; that’s everything you need to know about how to use a Device Dispenser in Tears of the Kingdom. This is an extremely useful device that allows you to get Zonai Devices and progress the game easily.
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