There are many ways to find a challenge in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. You can try to build a massive robot. You could attempt to lure foes into a death trap. Heck, you can even try to track down the most powerful foes in the game. There are some pretty amazing bosses and enemies to fight throughout the game.
If you remember Breath of the Wild, you will know that golden foes posed a real challenge. These enemies were not to be messed with. If you did fight them, you would want to make sure to have your wits about you. Are there gold enemies in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom?
Can you find golden enemies in Tears of the Kingdom?
If you are trying to track down golden foes in Tears of the Kingdom, you can’t. This is because they don’t exist. At least they don’t exist in the game yet. Breath of the Wild had two game modes you could play on. There was normal difficulty and then master difficulty. Master Difficulty made things much harder.
In master mode, many of the enemies that you’d find would be doubled. This means if you found three foes in a camp before, now there will be six. This makes dealing with large groups even worse than it was.
Another change in master mode was the rank of each enemy. For instance, if you found red Bokoblins in an area before, in master mode they would be blue. Every enemy in master mode got ranked up to make things a bit tougher. This mode also added the golden enemies which were some of the toughest in the game. Currently, Tears of the Kingdom doesn’t have a master mode so there will be no gold enemies found in Hyrule.
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Will master mode be added to Tears of the Kingdom as DLC?
While Tears of the Kingdom may not have a master mode yet, that doesn’t mean it won’t be added in the future. Master mode was added to Breath of the Wild as a DLC. Odds are, Tears of the Kingdom will also get a DLC with a similar game mode.