# DUPLICATION GLITCHES IN THE LEGEND OF ZELDA NERFED BY VERSION 1.1.2 UPDATE
Have you ever used duplication glitches to make easy rupees in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom? If you have, then it looks like the easy money well might be running dry. Thanks to the latest version 1.1.2 update of the game, many of the known duplication glitches have been patched out.
The patch notes, however, do not specifically state this. Instead, the update fixes audio bugs, an issue that prevented players from progressing beyond a certain point in the main quest, and “several issues…to improve the gameplay experience.”
When players update their game and try out the glitch they had been using, they’ll find that it doesn’t work anymore. This includes the glitch where a player can jump, take out their paraglider, go to the pause menu, hold five of whatever item they want to duplicate, press Y and B at the same time, watch their duped items fall to the ground, scoop them up, and do it all again. According to Polygon, other glitches have also stopped working as well.
This means players are once again stuck mining for diamonds in rocks, instead of magically duplicating them. However, the game is still enjoyable without having 50 diamonds on hand. Some bright players are likely to find new duplication glitches in the future, after all, players still use older Breath of the Wild game for duplication glitches.
Remember to update your game, so you can continue to enjoy playing it. And don’t worry, even though the glitches have been patched out, the game still rules.
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