There’s no need for Switch owners to wait for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe—it’s possible to make a perfectly functional go-kart in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The makeshift go-kart, as imagined by YouTuber Mety333, makes use of the Magnesis trick that players have been using for everything from propelling rafts around to infinite flying machines. The game prevents Link from casting Magnesis on a surface he’s standing on—in this case, a Goron mining kart—but it’s possible to use Magnesis on a differentobject and ram it into the kart to push it forward anyway.
The video here makes use of a metal chest dropped by an Amiibo, but it’s not a necessary part of the equation. You can grab your own metal chest from wherever you can find one in the world, or even test out racing propelled by a metallic boulder or weapon.
More and more people are grabbing copies of Breath of the Wild, with Switch copies of the game actually outselling the console itself. We’ll be sure to keep an eye out for whatever other fun exploits people will discover.
Source: Mety333 on YouTube