Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s paraglider isn’t exactly like its predecessor’s. Sure, it works the same way, but now there are extra gubbins to play around with. From TotK paraglider fabric customisation to the basic route for how to get the paraglider in Tears of the Kingdom, stuff has changed.
So, head below for more Tears of the Kingdom, how to get the paraglider explained therein. For more, check out our Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom review for a deep dive. Or, if you’re after some extra tips, we’ve got Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom armor, Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom koroks, and Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom shrine guides.
Anyway, let’s glide to some Zelda: TotK paraglider action:
You can get the paraglider in Tears of the Kingdom by following the main questline, though you have to see it through to a certain point, so don’t go running away to explore as soon as you land on Hyrule! Here’s how to get TotK’s paraglider:
- Complete the Great Sky Island
- Head to Lookout Landing
- Follow the main quest markers and speak to Purah
- Continue “Crysis at Hyrule Castle”, the main quest
- After talking to Haz, return to Purah by Lookout Landing’s tower
- She will give you the paraglider!
Easy, right? Well, guess what’s even easier? Using the darn thing!
Using the paraglider in Tears of the Kingdom is super easy – just press X while in the air. You can jump off a mountain, launch in the air from one of the many Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom towers, or find an updraft and fly upwards, all just pressing X!
Customising the paraglider in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is super easy, just follow these steps:
- Head to Hateno Village (pictured above)
- Talk to Cece in the dye shop, on the main road through the centre of town
- Give him 20 rupees and pick a design
It really is that simple. There are loads of designs to collect throughout Hyrule, but Cece gives you one when you first meet him. You can find more through Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo too, so be sure to check out that guide.
That’s all you need to know about Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom’s paraglider. For more, check out our Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom bubbul gems, Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom geoglyphs, and Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom depths guides.