Breath Of The Wild - The Champions' Ballad DLC Is Out Now

Lynne Hanson
December 10, 2017

What did you think of The Game Awards 2017?

But that's not the only Nintendo news from the annual awards show. If this news wasn't exciting enough, Nintendo also announced that Bayonetta 3 is in development and that it would be a Switch exclusive.

Nintendo previously said "The Champion's Ballad" would arrive in "December", but never put a release date on it. Consumers looking to purchase the digital versions of the games for Nintendo Switch can do so via Nintendo eShop or* Bayonetta, Bayonetta 2 and Bayonetta 3 are developed by PlatinumGames.

Nintendo's action-adventure game "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" showed off its new downloadable content (DLC) during the 2017 Game Awards.

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Breath of the Wild's second DLC pack was released yesterday following the release of the expansion's new trailer at the Game Awards. But perhaps that most exciting part of The Champions' Ballad is that Link will gain access to a kickass motorcycle, which is aptly named the Master Cycle Zero and can be unlocked after completion of the Divine Beast Tamer's trials.

The Ancient Bridle and Saddle can also be found in hidden chests. For more information about what is included in the Expansion Pass, visit On this rare occasion of Nintendo actually releasing a technically and artistically impressive game, it makes sense that fan campaigns have rallied around "Breath of the Wild" to carry it to victory. They didn't when every award they were nominated for, but the game won every category that mattered.

Also contending for Game of the Year were the likes of "NieR: Automata", "Horizon: Zero Dawn", and "Mass Effect: Andromeda". "We plan to continue this strong momentum as we head into 2018".

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