Fire Fruit is among the essential items in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom that players will need to keep replenishing over and over if they want a higher chance of survival. The red fruit is the key ingredient to making fire arrows, which are a player’s best friend in certain situations. Unfortunately, the fruit is extremely difficult to come by in Hyrule, leading to players not having fire arrows when they need them.
Moreover, when players do happen across some Fire Fruit, the yield rates are usually low, meaning players aren’t getting a lot of the item even when they find it. In any case, you will want to know the best ways to farm Fire Fruit in Tears of the Kingdom so you can always have a quiver full of fire arrows. I will explain the best ways of farming the fruit in the guide below.
Farming Fire Fruit in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom
Perhaps the easiest way of always finding Fire Fruit is by visiting the Is-Isa Shrine on Great Sky Island. This is one of the earlier Shrines you will visit, and inside, there is a single Fire Fruit tree. It will only give you a few Fire Fruit at a time, but every time that you leave and then return to the Shrine, the fruit tree will be replenished. It’s not much, but it’s a way to always ensure you know where to find Fire Fruit.
Next up, you can always visit Moblin Camps, which are almost always stocked with at least one Fire Fruit tree. The best Moblin Camp to attack for Fire Fruit is the Royal Ancient Lab Ruins (coordinates: -1298, 1048, 0102).
Finally, the best spawn location we have found for Fire Fruit on the map of Hyrule is the area near the Riogok Shrine. This area is home to Hopper Pond and Fire Fruits tends to spawn here more often than other locations. The area is crawling with Gloom Hands, unfortunately, but you should be able to avoid them long enough to search for Fire Fruit and then get out before being attacked.
These are the best Fire Fruit locations we could find in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, but you can also find them randomly across Hyrule, so keep an eye out for those green trees and red fruit.
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