The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has charmed people from the moment it was revealed until far beyond when it was released. The game is so beloved that it’s been nominated for numerous awards from many different websites and entities. But, Nintendo isn’t just bringing the fun via the main game, they’ve had two DLC packs announced for a while now. The first was called The Master Trials, and brought in new gear, quests, and a Master Sword Trials quest that tested players to the limit. The other DLC was the Champions Ballad, which would let you dive even deeper into the world of Breath of the Wild via the Champions that helped make the game special.
Well, at The Game Awards tonight, Nintendo revealed that The Champions Ballad has released, even showing off a new trailer to show just how special and unique this DLC is. This particular DLC will have a story that features more about what the four Champions, and Zelda, were like before Link awoke from his slumber. There were also reveals of new dungeons, and an epic motorcycle called the Master Cycle Zero, which will act as Link’s pseudo-Divine Beat.
So if you have the game on Switch or Wii U and you have the Season Pass, go turn on the system, a new quest is waiting for you.
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