Thanks to Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s upcoming DLC you’ll soon be able to dress Link as Tingle

Breath of the Wild DLC

Nintendo has revealed new details about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — The Master Trials, the critically acclaimed Nintendo Switch and Wii U game’s first DLC pack set to arrive later this year.

Available as part of the previously announced season pass for $28.19 CAD, The Master Trials includes: Trial of the Sword, the title’s new Hard Mode, a new Hero’s Path feature that tracks where you’ve traveled and a Travel Medallion that allows players to warp to any location. Furthermore, the DLC includes a Korok Mask that makes it easier to locate Korok Seeds and eight pieces of new armour, as well as equipment inspired by other Zelda titles.

Breath of the Wild Tingle Costume

According to an image attached to Nintendo’s recent release regarding Breath of the Wild’s first DLC pack, Tingle armour is set to soon be available in Breath of the Wild thanks to this new additional content.

Trial of the Sword, previously known as Cave of Trials, features 45 rooms where the player is tasked with moving from one area to the next defeating all enemies, first starting out without armour or weapons. Nintendo says that completing this challenge ensures that the Master Sword will “always be in its glowing powered-up state.”

Breath of the Wild Master Sword DLC

Nintendo also detailed Breath of the Wild’s hard mode, stating that enemies are upgraded — for example a Red Bokoblin is now blue — and that “players might even encounter high-ranking enemies they wouldn’t find through normal play.” In this mode enemies also recover health during battle and are more aware of Link’s location. Hard Mode adds floating planks around Hyrule that let players battle additional enemies and collect more treasure.”

Both DLC packs are available as a bundle with The Master Trials launching later this summer, followed by the second DLC pack releasing during the holiday 2017 season.

Nintendo recently revealed that the Switch version of Breath of the Wild managed to outsell the console, shipping 2.76 million units, approximately 20,000 more copies than the system’s first month on store shelves.