Zelda: Breath of the Wild The Champion’s Ballad Includes A Motorcycle, Is Available Now

The Game Awards 2017 is in full swing, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild producer Eiji Aonuma was on hand to reveal a new trailer for the game’s second expansion, The Champion’s Ballad. The trailer includes a look at the DLC’s additional dungeon, shrines, outfits, weapons, and Link’s new motorcycle. Yes, you read that correctly – Link’s new motorcycle. You can check out the trailer, below.

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Here’s everything that’s included in The Champion’s Ballad DLC:

“New adventures and challenges have come to the world of Hyrule! The Champions’ Ballad (DLC Pack 2) brings a large amount of exciting new content to the game, including a never-before-seen dungeon. You can also defeat enemies using the powerful One-Hit Obliterator, and explore challenging new shrines. Upon completing these tasks, Link will gain access to a powerful new way to travel: the Master Cycle Zero!

Kass the Bard is on a quest to complete the missing verses of his teacher’s unfinished song. Along the way, his original compositions will shed new light on the four Champions and Princess Zelda herself. Ah, but what could the unfinished song be about?

Nine new treasure chests have been added to Hyrule, each bearing a new piece of armor. These include armor based on previous The Legend of Zelda series games, such as the ‘Island Lobster Shirt,’ ‘Zant’s Helmet,’ ‘Phantom Ganon Armor’ and more! The Ancient Bridle and Saddle can also be found in hidden chests. The Ancient Bridle will increase the number of spurs a horse can use to speed up, while the Ancient Saddle can make it so a horse can be hailed from far away.”

Best of all, the DLC is available right now on Nintendo Switch and Wii U! The Champion’s Ballad is part of the $20 The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild expansion pass.

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