Forge Constructs in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom are construct-run shops where you can buy Zonai Charges and Crystalized Charges using the mineral Zonaite. These Charges can be used to power and upgrade your Energy Wells and provide more charge when using Zonai devices. Since these Constructs are located at different places around the open world, finding them all can become a daunting task. So, if you are looking forward to discovering every Forge Construct available in Tears of the Kingdom, this guide will help you locate each and every one!
All Forge Construct Locations Tears Of The Kingdom
There are a total 6 Forge Constructs scattered across Hyrule — 1 on the Great Sky Island and the others in the Depths. Here is a list of all of them, as well as maps marking their locations:
Great Sky Island
You can locate only one Forge Construct in the Great Sky Island, the game’s starting area. For that, you will need to travel to the southernmost part of the island, as shown on the above map.
While Great Sky Island features only one Forge Construct, the Depths contains most of the Forge Constructs available in the game. Below is a list of the five Construct locations in the Depths:
Abandoned Kara Kara Mine: It is in the Southwestern region of the Depths.
Central Abandoned Mine: It is found in the Central region of the Depths.
Abandoned Hateno Mine: It is found in the Southeastern part of the Depths.
Abandoned Lanayru Mine: It is in the Western part of the Depths.
Abandoned Lurelin Mine: This Forge Construct is found just south of the Hateno Mine in the southeastern region of the Depths.
For more help, you can refer to the screenshot above so as to identify the exact location of all Forge Constructs. Do not forget to carry a handful of Brightbloom Seeds with you, as the extreme darkness in the Depths can halt your exploration.
That’s all you need to know on every Forge Construction Location in The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom. If you find this guide helpful, don’t forget to share it with your friends! And while you are here, make sure to have a look at our guide detailing how to climb the slippery surfaces in Tears of The Kingdom.
The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom is currently available on Nintendo Switch.