Zelda Breath of the Wild Boss Guides - How to Beat Every Boss and Conquer Every Dungeon

Zelda Breath of the Wild Boss Guides - How to Beat Every Boss and Conquer Every Dungeon

This is our complete Zelda Breath of the Wild bosses guide, detailing every single boss and all the dungeons in Hyrule.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a massive game. It’s so big that you might play for weeks and never come across a dungeon or a boss. When you do get that far, we’ve got you covered with this complete Zelda Breath of the Wild boss guide. Follow our walkthroughs and you’ll get through them without breaking a sweat. Well, you'll still have to play the game yourself, so if it's hot out and you're not that good at games, you might get a bit stressed and sweat a little. We'll just do our best to help.

Zelda Breath of the Wild Boss Guides

In Zelda: Breath of the Wild there is a pattern to how you encounter bosses. First off you'll have to defeat a divine beast in an area. These are giant mechanical creatures that dwarf Link and usually require him having assistance.

Next you'll enter the defeated divine beast, with its innards presenting themselves as massive dungeons. These dungeons take a bit of solving (we've got guides below), but complete them and you'll make it to an end of area fight agaisnt a Ganon. Once again, these battles are tough so pay close attention to our advice.

Hopefully you'll be able to follow our guides and beat all of Breath of the Wild's most difficult bosses and dungeons.

If you're looking for more on Breath of the Wild, be sure to read Nadia's op-ed on why BOTW 2 needs to be as weird as Majora's Mask.. Elsewhere, there's Mike's original review of the game.

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