Breath of the Wild draws a few more gasps of fresh air with new DLC package

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A second DLC package for Breath of the Wild is apparently coming soon. Huzzah!
Breath of the Wild DLC Hero's Path DLC Package
I’ve been everywhere, man

It looks like one of the best Nintendo games to come out in years is still drawing a few more gasps of fresh air, bringing a new DLC package to its dedicated players. I enjoyed the previous batch of DLC, especially the mapping feature, so this new batch does seem promising.

The other day, I decided to revisit The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on my Wii U. I have yet to complete the game, because I’m trying to find as many shrines as possible, and complete the DLC package. So far, I’ve found Majora’s Mask, the Phantom Armor, the Nintendo Switch T-shirt and a few random treasures.

With all four Divine Beasts completed and only 20 shrines to go, I’m getting pretty close. Playing around the Gerudo Desert for a few minutes, I noticed several glitches, mostly firewood free floating in the air. Creepy.

Yesterday, I noticed this problem had been addressed. Apparently, Nintendo released an update, patching a few game play issues and preparing the game for the next batch of DLC. That’s fantastic. I have yet to fully explore the first batch–I keep dying horribly during the Master Sword Trials–but I’m interested to see what happens when I finally complete it. I get a little further each time, so it’s only a matter of a few more plays and I’ll be right where I want to be.

Perhaps this update, and the subsequent glitch repairs I noticed recently are paving the way for “The Champion’s Ballad.” Like many other Zelda fans, I was eagerly anticipating the first DLC package and immediately purchased the season pass. I suppose we’ll know more in the next week or two. Until then, I suppose I should probably get back to slaying some bokoblins or whatever.

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David Buck

David Buck

David Buck is an author, musician, copywriter, and voice over artist based in Colorado. His work has appeared on Nerdvana Media, The Nintendo Times, Star Trek.com, EN World, SyFy Wire and across the web. In his spare time, he composes music, writes science fiction, and paints miniatures.

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