Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom Patch Fixes "The Closed Door" Quest Issue

The Closed Door is now open.


A new patch for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has landed, delivering a fix for a progression issue in a main quest.

Version 1.1.1 is out now, and it addresses "The Closed Door" quest. Specifically, players reported being unable to complete this quest, even though they had fulfilled all of its conditions. Anyone who experienced those problems should now be able to finish the quest with the new update applied.

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Outside of that, the patch addresses "several issues" in Tears of the Kingdom with the aim of improving the overall experience. The specific issues were not mentioned. You can see the complete patch notes below, as shared by Nintendo on its website.

This was Tears of the Kingdom's first post-launch update, following a pre-release patch on May 11 that added further language support for horse-naming and delivered a series of fixes.

Tears of the Kingdom launched on May 12, scoring a 10/10 in GameSpot's Tears of the Kingdom review and selling 10 million copies over its first three days to become the fastest-selling Zelda game of all time. In other news, Tears of the Kingdom's director has, at long last, confirmed which version of Link smells the worst.

Ver. 1.1.1 (Released May 18, 2023)

General Updates
  • Fixed issue where, sometimes, the player could not clear main quest "The Closed Door," even if they fulfilled the conditions to advance the quest.
    • If you have already encountered this issue, you will be able to clear the quest by downloading this update data.
  • Several issues have been addressed to improve the gameplay experience.

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