The Best Skyview Towers To Unlock First Tears Of The Kingdom Are

The Best Skyview Towers To Unlock First Tears Of The Kingdom Are:

In open-world games, climbing extremely high towers to see huge regions of the map isn’t anything new. It just makes sense.

If you went to an extremely elevated point, you could see everything around you. Within The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you have to unlock Skyview Towers to do the same thing.

The world of The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom has fifteen Skyview Towers. All of them help you fill in the map of the game, but some are more important than others.

Some are so far away or hard to get to that it’s better to wait until later to turn them on. We’ll start with the best those to be unlocked first, so you can get a good sense of the location and where you’re supposed to go right away.

Best Skyview Towers To Unlock Early:

Overall, the most enjoyable Skyview Towers to be obtained are within and around Central Hyrule, but this skill lets you see what’s going on in the other areas as well. Seven are on our hotlist. Here is the order in which you should turn them on.

Skyview Towers Name Description
Eldin Canyon The last point on the compass, so to speak, this Skyview Tower is northeast of Lookout Landing and shows off much of the Death Mountain region, yet another Sage’s Temple region: the Fire Temple. You might not come here early, and indeed we recommend heading this way last, but you’ll nevertheless be glad to have it open.
Gerudo Canyon The Gerudo Desert, southwest of this Skyview Tower, is a vast, sandy expanse, and you get access to much of it by activating the tower here.
Upland Zorana Directly to the east of Lookout Landing, this Skyview Tower covers all of Zora’s Domain, and thus one of the Sage’s Temples you’ll need to overcome to complete the main story of Tears of the Kingdom.
Lookout Landing As the first place you should go once you leave the Great Sky Island, and the tower that activates all the others, the Lookout Lading Skyview Tower is the only mandatory one on the list.
Sahasra Slope Southeast of Lookout Landing, the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower gives you visibility on Kakariko Village and much of the area around the Necluda region, which will become very important the more you play.
Lindor’s Brow Northwest of Central Hyrule, the Lindor’s Brow Skyview Tower opens up the early parts of the Hebra region, and thus the home of the Rito. It’s an early stopping point on the road to another Sage’s Temple: the Wind Temple.
Hyrule Field As strange as it seems, activating this Skyview Tower is one of the hardest in the game: especially early on. It’s filled with higher-level enemies, traps, and one mini-boss, and there’s no sneaky or clean way to get in. The only way beyond is through all the enemies there, but I did find one cheese for getting inside. If you make it all the way to the base of the Tower and activate its autosave point, dying resets the enemies to idle and puts you right at the bottom of the Tower, letting you walk in without a care.


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