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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC details reveal

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Nintendo has given more details about the content that will arrive to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild through its Expansion Pass of $19.99 USD. This time it’s about The Master Trials, the first DLC that will come in summer adding challenges, a new mode and more.

The Master Trails will add the Trial of the Sword mode, a location where players can enter a challenge (previously known as Cave of Trials Challenge) to defeat all enemies that appear through 45 different rooms. Link starts with no armor and weapons, so you’ll have to eliminate all those who cross your path to upgrade your equipment, until you reach the last round.

Hard Mode, meanwhile, will add a new degree of difficulty to the adventure offered by the game. Here, all enemies will have increased rank, regain health slowly during battles and identify Link more easily. There will also be buoyant in Hyrule that you can reach to fight with other enemies and then collect treasures.

The DLC will add the Hero’s Path mode, where players will have a record of the movements made in the last 200 hours of gameplay. Then we have the Travel Medallion, which will be hidden in some treasure chest within the game world, and will serve to create a new temporary travel spot on the map. In addition, the Korork Mask will make it easier to find Koroks that are hidden in nearby places.

Finally, players will receive 8 new pieces of equipment inspired by previous gaming characters Midna, Tingle, Phantom and Majora’s Mask. All this content will be available in the world of Breath of the Wild, so players will have to search for them all over Hyrule.

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The company reminded players that this content will be available for the version of Wii U and Switch, and that the rest of the information will be revealed soon. It also mentioned that the second content of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be detailed later, so we will have to wait a little longer.