Nintendo Details the Zelda: Breath of the Wild First DLC Pack (VIDEO)
One of the most interesting decisions made by Nintendo for the release of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the choice to include a season pass in the game for downloadable content, a first for a main, home console entry in the series. Season pass owners have already been gifted three treasure chests in the beginning of the game since launch, but now we have our first look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild First DLC pack.
Nintendo has provided the details for this DLC pack on the official Legend of Zelda website. The first big addition is the Hero’s Path Mode, seen in the video above, which will allow players to see on their map where they have traversed in the game (for the most recent 200 hours of gameplay) and where they have spent the most time. Also included is the Trial of the Sword challenge, which will consist of about 45 rooms worth of enemies. Upon completion, players will be rewarded by having their Master Sword infinitely retain the glowing powered-up mode. As promised, this DLC pack will also include a hard mode, where enemies will gradually regain health and will be replaced by their slightly more powerful counterparts (such as Blue Bokoblins now appearing where red ones would normally appear).
Finally, what is sure to be the most fan-service supporting aspect of the new DLC pack, is the new armor chests scattered throughout the map. These 8 armor chests will all contain a piece of armor that harkens back to previous Zelda titles, such as Majora’s Mask and Twilight Princess. Let’s hope the Tingle Armor lets you fly on a balloon too. What do you guys think? Are you excited by the contents of the Breath of the Wild first DLC pack? Let us know in the comments below!
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