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Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide

Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide
Hyrule is a massive world filled with mystery and intrigue, and dangers as we highlight some hidden bosses scattered across Hyrule. This The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide lists all of the hidden boss battles we’ve discovered when exploring the world including locations, information on how to take them down, and what they drop.

The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide

Stalnox
Stone Talus (Senior)
Stone Talus
Hinox
Irch Plain Hinox
Igneo Talus

We’re updating this as we progress through the game so check back soon for updates to our Zelda Breath Of The Wild Hidden Boss Locations Guide.

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