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GameXplain has just started their stream from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC Pack 1. The stream focuses on the Trial of the Sword, so check it out below.



The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s website has updated with one more DLC post. Kentaro Tominaga, who is acting as director for the content, wrote about releasing The Master Trials.

The full post is as follows:

Hello. I’m Tominaga, a game designer. I am also the director of The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass.

Finally, DLC Pack 1, The Master Trials has been released! This pack offers content that’ll be enjoyable for those who are currently playing the game AND for those who already beat the game and are currently taking a break. It’s available for purchase at the Nintendo eShop.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s latest update is here. Nintendo just released version 1.3.0.

Of course, the big highlight here is the addition of Zelda’s first DLC, The Master Trials. Nintendo has also implemented various fixes.

These are the official patch notes:

– Expansion Pass: DLC Pack 1 “The Master Trials” is now available. If you have already pre-purchased this content, you can now play it by updating both the DLC and the software. You can update your purchased DLC through Nintendo eShop.
– Various fixes to improve gameplay.

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Nintendo has previously sold amiibo as standalone figures, in 2-packs, and even 3-packs. The expansion continues with a new 4-pack for Japan.

Nintendo’s Japanese store has started reservations for the Zelda: Breath of the Wild amiibo. Consumers have the option to pre-order the new 4-pack pictured above, containing Urbosa, Revali, Mipha, and Daruk. Pricing is set at 6,480 yen.

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Nintendo has said that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC, known as The Master Trials, is launching tomorrow. But when exactly? Now we have an answer.

GameSpot heard from a Nintendo representative that the DLC goes live at 12 AM ET. Those of you on the West Coast will technically have access later today as that translates to 9 PM PT.

Here’s the full rundown of the DLC launch:

– 9 PM PT (June 29)
– 12 AM ET (June 30)
– 5 AM in the UK (June 30)
– 6 AM in Europe (June 30)

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The penultimate blog post from Nintendo counting down to the release of DLC Pack 1 for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now live. This post talks about how Majora’s Mask was added to DLC Pack 1 and what the mask does in game when Link has it equipped.

Hello, I’m Aonuma, producer of The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild.

DLC pack 1, The Master Trials will finally be released tomorrow, and today, I’m going to introduce you the final piece of equipment, Majora’s Mask. (This DLC is available only through the purchase of the Expansion Pass. Full version of the game is required to use this DLC.)

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask was originally released for Nintendo 64™, and the remake was released for Nintendo 3DS™. Majora’s Mask is the scary, cursed mask mentioned in the game’s title.

When the development team started discussing including armor items associated with previous The Legend of Zelda games, I was the first one to speak up: “Please add Majora’s Mask!”

The first DLC pack for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is just on the horizon. Nintendo will be distributing The Master Trials on Friday.

Nintendo’s Japanese website now shows how much space is needed for the DLC. On Switch, The Master Trials is a 456MB download. The Wii U version requires 3.7GB of free space.

It’s unclear why The Master Trials is such a bigger download on Wii U. It’s just a theory, but Switch might be able to handle more advanced file compression.

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The next blog post from Nintendo counting down to the release of DLC Pack 1 for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now live. This one talks about the character Tingle since his entire outfit is equipment included in DLC Pack 1. The post also talks about the love-hate relationship for the character and his games that were released in Europe and Japan.

Sav’aaq! I’m Shirakawa, game designer for The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild. In this title, I worked mainly on NPC and field-event designs.

Today, I would like to talk about Tingle’s Outfit, which you can acquire by finding one of the chests offered in the DLC pack 1, The Master Trials. (This DLC is available only through the purchase of the Expansion Pass. Full version of the game is required to use this DLC.)

The next blog post from Nintendo counting down to the release of DLC Pack 1 for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is live. This one dives into the design of Midna from Twilight Princess, since Midna’s Helmet is one of the pieces of equipment included in DLC Pack 1.

Hello. I’m Takizawa, Art Director of The Legend of Zelda™: Breath of the Wild.

In DLC Pack 1: The Master Trials, players can find Midna’s Helmet in one of the chests hidden in the world (this DLC is only available through the purchase of the Expansion Pass).

Midna appeared in the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess game for Wii and Nintendo GameCube, and she played an important role as Link’s partner. On the Wolf Link amiibo figure (which was released alongside the Wii U remake of the game, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD), she’s perching on Wolf Link.

The next blog post by Nintendo counting down to the release of the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s DLC Pack 1 is out now. In it, Iwamoto, the Assistant Director of the game, talks about the Phantom Armor and its origins.

Hello. I’m Iwamoto, Assistant Director of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

With DLC Pack 1, The Master Trials, you can acquire the armor of a Phantom (this DLC is only available through the purchase of the Expansion Pass).

Depending on your experience with the series, some of you may be wondering, “What’s a Phantom?” Well, Phantoms are a type of knight appearing in The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass and The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks games for the Nintendo DS™ system. In those games, the mysterious armor they wear does not take damage when attacked from the front.

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