How To Get TOTK Shrine Sensor

Paarth Wadke
3 Min Read

The Purah Pad in Zelda Tears of The Kingdom has amazing features like the Shrine Sensor. With this sensor, you’ll easily find all the shrines in this game. By completing the puzzles in these shrines, you can get the Light of Blessing, which increases Link’s hearts and stamina. This will help you take on strong enemies like the Phantom Ganon. This guide will tell you how to unlock the Shrine Sensor in ToTK.

How to Unlock & Get Shrine Sensor in Zelda Tears of The Kingdom

Shrine Sensor Instruction in ToTK
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First, you must help Robbie return to the Hateno Village to his lab. You must complete the “Camera Work in The Depths” and “A Mystery in The Depths” quests. Then, visit Josha and help her rebuild Robbie’s hot air balloon with the newly acquired Autobuild ability.

To get the Shrine Sensor in Zelda ToTK, follow Robbie back to the Hateno Village and meet him at his lab on the top of a mountain at the coordinates (3779, -2122, 0251). The best way to reach this village is through Mount Lanayru Skyview Tower (3845, -1306, 0539). Once you meet Robbie, he will load the Shrine Sensor in your Purah Pad.

Once you get the sensor, Robbie will ask you to walk around the lab to test it out. As you do so, the sensor will pick something up. Then, Robbie will tell you to go out and check it out. Here, it would be best to find the Mayahisik Shrine right at the base of the hill (3755, -2701, 0215). Go to the coordinates and use a rock hammer or a bomb flower to clear the entrance. Then, collect the reward at the shrine and return to Robbie to finish the quest. Now, you’re free to use the sensor whenever you want.

How to Get Sensor + in TOTK

You can also upgrade the Sensor to Sensor+ by completing a side quest by Robbie. To do so, all you have to do is take pictures of five monsters to add them as Compendium entries and return to Robbie. He will install Sensor + on your Purah Pad.

That’s all from us on how to get Shrine Sensor in Zelda Tears of The Kingdom (TOTK). To explore more of the Hyrule Kingdom, check out our Goddess Statue locations guide in our ToTK section.

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