Nintendo has updated the page of the Expansion Pass of The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild on the eShop, bringing the launch window (probably indicative) of the two DLC planned so far and arriving later this year.
In recent weeks, one of the most debated topics on the parallel masterpiece of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Season Pass. Among the additional details provided by Nintendo, it lacked the release dates of the additional content.
For $19.99 the players will have access to two packs of DLC that will come out in the course of 2017. When exactly? According to reports on the eShop, the first pack will be available from August 31, while the second will be playable from 31 December. Yes, it will be published on the last day of the year.
It could probably be a simple placeholder date, which could, however, have been revealed on the month of arrival of the two expansions, waiting to know more details about the exact launch date.
The DLC 1 includes Cave of examinations, difficult game mode and new map functions. While the DLC 2 includes new story, new dungeon and new challenges.
Previously, Nintendo has announced that the first DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be available in June, while the arrival of the second downloadable content is planned for the Holiday Season, or during the forthcoming Christmas season.