Previously, Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be getting more things via downloadable content (DLC). In line with this, the game has just gotten a day one update that patches in the DLC menu.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Gets A Day One Patch
GameSpot reports that the day one patch for the latest Zelda game adds DLC support wherein fans can access a new menu to check the upcoming new content. Aside from the game the Nintendo Switch also got its day one update, which enabled several online features like the friend list and eShop access. Aside from the additional option in the menu, it is still unsure of what other things the patch fixes as it does not come with other notes.
As of now, the only available content that fans can buy are those that are also offered in the previously mentioned season pass. This includes several items like chests that contain "useful items" and also comes with exclusive in-game clothing. Nintendo will add even more DLC in the near future as the season pass will bring in some more things for players to do.
Season Pass Expands Game With More Content
The company revealed the initial details of the DLC last month when they uploaded a video on their YouTube channel, as per Polygon. A prime feature from the set includes two expansions, which will be released this later this year. The first one coming this summer will include a new "hard" mode along with a new map feature and more Cave of Trials challenges.
On the other hand, the second expansion, which will arrive on the holiday season will expand the story while adding new challenges and a dungeon. The season pass will cost $19.99 and Nintendo will not be releasing the said content separately. Those who would want to expand their journey in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can buy the future expansions now.