Breath of the Wild Dominates The Game Awards 2017


The second DLC pack for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be available for download tonight!

The Game Awards have been produced and hosted by Geoff Keighly, and they have become an important ceremony since their inception in 2014.

Breath of the Wild Dominates The Game Awards 2017
Breath of the Wild Dominates The Game Awards 2017

The Champions' Ballad DLC Pack adds a new dungeon, an original story, and even more new challenges.

Okay, Nintendo. You have my attention.

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Earlier this year, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was released on the Wii U and the new Nintendo Switch to universal acclaim.

It looks like players can get to know the five Champions in the past and the present, and play as these Champions in addition to Link.

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Judging by the description offered on stage, "The Champions Ballad" largely takes place before the events of Breath of the Wild.

Link will be able to ride a decked out motorcycle, though (weird, right?). Later, Expansion Pass holders gained access to the game's first major DLC, The Master Trials.

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If you complete the DLC, you can also drive around a cool looking motorcycle. Onstage, Aonuma compared the Master Cycle to Link's own "Divine Beast" since he is the only Champion not to actually get one.