Nintendo Announces DLC Pass for Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Nintendo has announced a $20 DLC Pass for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

In a YouTube video today, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma announced an expansion pass for upcoming The Legend of Zelda title, Breath of the Wild. The expansion pass will be available on launch day, March 3, will include new content rolled out at two different points during the upcoming year, and will cost players $19.99.

The “Expansion Pack Bonus” will be available on launch day, and will include three new treasure chests in the Great Plateau. These chests will include “useful items” and “exclusive in-game clothing” – a shirt with a Nintendo Switch logo that Link can wear.

DLC Pack arrives in Summer 2017 and adds a new Cave of Trials challenge, new Hard Mode, and an additional map feature. DLC Pack 2, releasing in Holiday 2017, will include a “new original story,” new dungeon, and new challenges.

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The DLC packs cannot be purchased separately. The expansion pass is available for Wii U and Switch versions of the games.

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