Here are the Details for the Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass (VIDEO)
Nintendo’s E3 2017 Spotlight presentation is drawing to a close, but not before more information was revealed about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild expansion pass. With two DLC packs set to arrive this year, the pass is about to expand upon the already monstrous game. It was also announced that the four Champions from BotW will be available as Amiibo. Before we get into specifics, however, let’s check out the delightful trailer that was shown:
As shown in the video, there will be two DLC packs arriving this year. The first is The Master Trials, which will be released at the end of this month on June 30. The second is The Champions’ Ballad, and that is set to come out during the Holiday season of 2017. The Breath of the Wild expansion pass will include both of these packs, and it is available for $19.99.
During Nintendo’s Spotlight event, and as stated above, it was revealed that new Amiibo are inbound. The four new figures will include the Goron Champion Daruk, Zora Champion Mipha, Rito Champion Revali, and Gerudo Champion Urbosa. The Cahmpions’ Amiibo will be available to use in the base game as well as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild expansion pass, with each one likely offering some great in-game items. Here’s a better look at the figures:
What say you, gamers? Excited for even more great stories to arrive with the Breath of the Wild expansion pass? Do you intend on picking it up along with the new Champions’ Amiibo figures? What else did you enjoy about Nintendo’s Spotlight presentation at E3? Sound off in the comments section below, and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7! If it’s more reading about what else has been coming out of Los Angeles over the past few days that you’re needing, check out the following:
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