Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s First DLC Pack is Now Available

The Master Trials DLC pack is only included as part of the game’s $20 expansion pass and measures in at 456MB on the Nintendo Switch (the expansion’s file size is much bigger on the Wii U). The new game mode pits players against ever-increasing odds, offering challenges that incorporate combat, survival, and strategy. Players will also be able to trace their route through Hyrule with a new tracking system and temporarily create quick-travel spots with the new Travel Medallion.The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has just released a ton of DLC content that adds a lot of new weapons and armor pieces to the game. Completing it in just over 4 hours, he appreciates his newly powered Master Sword before glossing over what else the DLC has to offer. The main attraction is Trial of the Sword, a combat challenge spanning 45 rooms full of enemies that ramp up in difficulty as you progress.The goal of patch 1.3.0 is to support the new “The Master Trials DLC” that is out now.Make sure you get the most out of your DLC purchase and get all of the new items and take all the new challenges.And in case you missed it, the Nintendo Treehouse team recorded an in-depth look at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Expansion Pass: The Master Trials during this year’s E3 Expo. The digital copy of Breath of the Wild for the Switch requires 13.4 GB. The second DLC, The Champion’s Ballad, will be available some time during the upcoming holiday season.The Master Trials is available as of Breath of the Wild’s Expansion Pass ($19.99), and can not be purchased on its own.For more help on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, check out our Travel Medallion Location Guide, Majora’s Mask Location Guide, and Korok Mask Location Guide. “To help people do that, we’ve made a decision to create additional content for the game for the mainline The Legend of Zelda series”.