Lo he visto, lo har visto. We’ve seen it all. There is a bed in one of the houses, and therefore many people ask how to sleep in a tunic and whether there is a day / night system in the game. In this guide we will explain everything you need to know about sleeping in a tunic and why it is important to change the time of day.
Sleep to change the time of day to tunnels
To sleep in the tunic, go to the old house in most of the outside world and press A when you are walking next to the bed.
The old house is marked on its map, so it is quite easy to find, as shown in the following screenshot:
You will know that you have found the right building and that there are wind chimes and a telescope in it.
When you get here, you will find the bed in the corner of the living room.
Pressure When you’re next to him, our smart friend takes a quick nap.
In the morning, the time of day will change. So if it was night, now it will be day and vice versa.
It’s worth noting that you can not sleep in bed until you have reached the final boss. If you try to do this in advance, the button indicator will simply not appear when you step on the bed.
Why it is important to change the time of day
This is especially important for accessing different parts of the world. For example, daytime exploration will give you access to parts of the world that are blocked by obstacles at night, while night exploration will reveal spiritual bridges that do not exist during the day.
Once you’ve mastered the main story of Tunic, this will come back every more important time, so you can continue with the various secret content behind the game, even if we do not tell you exactly what is here.
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