Hero Mode in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD - All Differences and Changes

 Here we show you all the differences that are added in a game of the Hero Mode of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, available when you have already completed the game the first time.

As in many other installments in the saga, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD does not have a at the beginning difficulty selector to adjust adventure Link's to the challenge that we most want to face. However, this title does have the so-called "Hero Mode" , a difficulty mode more demanding and challenging that changes certain things compared to a normal game.

Then we show you below how is unlocked the Hero Mode of Skyward Sword HD and what are all the differences and changes of this type of game. 


How do you unlock the Hero mode of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD? 

To unlock the Hero mode of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD you first have to complete a game in normal mode for the first time . That is, you must play the entire game and get to the end of it; and then, after viewing the credits , you will be allowed to reserve a save file to create a game in Hero mode.

At that moment you have to choose in which save file you want to create the game in Hero mode. The file you choose will have the Goddess symbol on the right side for easy recognition.

All the differences and changes of the Hero mode 

All the differences and changes of the Hero mode

A game of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD in Hero mode changes mainly in the difficulty of the adventure, since this game mode is intended to be more challenging. In this game mode there are some modifications to take into account.

Here you we show all the differences that you will find in a Hero mode game of Skyward Sword HD:

  • All enemies in the game have double health than in normal mode and will deal double damage for each hit they manage to land you.
  • Hearts do not appear in the world when breaking vessels, cutting grass, or killing enemies unless the Heart Locket is equipped in your saddlebag.
  • In Hero mode, you start the game with all the treasures and insects that you already have in your inventory at the end of the game in normal mode (the rest of the inventory progress is not maintained, so you will have to upgrade all your equipment as required. get and collect again collectibles ).
  • The indicator resistance of Link is running out faster to the running or attacks, also the ability to keep breathing under water is consumed before.
  • Charging the sword with heavenly lightning takes less time (the True Master Sword charges immediately).
  • In the Thunderous minigame Duel , 2 more fights are added against final bosses , the challenge goes from a maximum of 10 consecutive fights to 12 in total.
  • Some dialogue for certain characters is different in Hero mode.

Note that in Hero mode the ending of the game does not change , it will remain the same as in normal mode and there will be no additional scenes. One of the biggest challenges is that hearts don't appear naturally without the locket equipped. As a tip, remember to carry health potions with you in the bottles and use stools scattered around the world to sit on them and retrieve hearts. 

For the rest, now you know what are all the changes that the Hero mode presents. If you are looking to repeat the adventure but with a touch of extra difficulty, dive headfirst into this mode.

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