We get it, not all of you are experts at keeping up with the tempo of any music. Whether that’s in real life or the Cadence of Hyrule rhythm mode, you might not be the best at keeping time. If you’re curious about whether you can turn rhythm mode off in the Crypt of the NecroDancer spin-off, or if there’s an easy mode we’ve got you covered. Read our Cadence of Hyrule rhythm mode guide for more details.
Cadence of Hyrule Rhythm Mode | What is rhythm mode?
Cadence of Hyrule rhythm mode is the main game type in this Legend of Zelda spin-off title. The aim of the game is to take out your enemies by swinging your melee weapon, using your magic, or any other form of attack in time with the music’s beat.
For every perfect hit you get, you’ll earn more points than if you miss the music’s beat. However, not everyone is adept at keeping time with the music. Some of you may feel that you’re being penalized if you aren’t great at chalking up hits in time with the music.
In that case, you might want to turn the music off so that you don’t lose out on points when hitting enemies. To find out how to do this, read on.
Cadence of Hyrule Rhythm Mode | How to turn on easy mode
If you want to play Cadence of Hyrule rhythm mode at your own pace, you can. First, bring up the pause menu by, well, hitting pause. Press the “R” button on your Joy-con or Nintendo Switch Pro controller and this will allow you to access “System.”
From there, click on the “Options” tab, and then “Gameplay.” There will be a game mode in this section called “Fixed Beat Mode.” You can toggle this on or off depending on whether you want to keep up with the rhythm or not. Turn it on so that you don’t have to keep time with the music to get more points with your attacks.