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Hyrule Warriors Legends: DLC – Link’s Awakening, Phantom Hourglass, Spirit Tracks, Link Between Worlds

Nintendo UK has revealed the tremendous amount of downloadable content coming to Hyrule Warriors Legends and Hyrule Warriors via its official website. There’s DLC themed around The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hour Glass, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks.

  • The Legends of Hyrule Pack will be available in three forms:
    Available March 24th 2016:
  • Nintendo 3DS Only Season Pass: DLC for Hyrule Warriors: Legends on Nintendo 3DS only
  • Nintendo 3DS + Wii U Season Pass: DLC for both Hyrule Warriors: Legends on Nintendo 3DS and Hyrule Warriors on Wii U
    Available summer 2016:
  • Wii U Only Season Pass: DLC for Hyrule Warriors on Wii U only
    Downloadable content packs
  • There will be four DLC Packs for Hyrule Warriors: Legends on Nintendo 3DS, which can be bought separately or all at once in the Legends of Hyrule Pack Season Pass.
    Late spring 2016: Master Wind Waker Pack (DLC Pack 1)
  • If you purchase the Master Wind Waker Pack, or have purchased the Legends of Hyrule Pack Season Pass, you can download the following content:
  • 16 new My Fairy costume pieces
  • The “Master” Wind Waker map for Adventure Mode with one new adventure battle scenario
  • Summer 2016: Link’s Awakening Pack (DLC Pack 2)
  • If you purchase the Link’s Awakening Pack, or have purchased the Legends of Hyrule Pack Season Pass, you can download the following content:
  • 16 new My Fairy costume pieces
  • A new map for Adventure Mode with two new challenge battle scenarios
  • A new playable character
  • A new weapon for Linkle
  • Autumn 2016: Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack (DLC Pack 3)
  • If you purchase the Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack, or have purchased the Legends of Hyrule Pack Season Pass, you can download the following content:
  • 15 new My Fairy costume pieces
  • A new map for Adventure Mode with one new adventure battle and two new challenge battle scenarios
  • A new playable character
  • A new weapon for Toon Link
  • Winter 2016: A Link Between Worlds Pack (DLC Pack 4)
  • If you purchase the A Link Between Worlds Pack, or have purchased the Legends of Hyrule Pack Season Pass, you can download the following content:
  • 15 new My Fairy Costumes
  • A new map for Adventure Mode with one new adventure battle and two new challenge battle scenarios
  • Two new playable characters

You can also buy the various DLC for the Wii U one if you have no intention of getting the 3DS game, including a “Legends Character Pack”. The Legends Character Pack, which costs £10.79 / €11.99 and will launch in summer 2016, includes Linkle, Skull Kid, Tetra, Toon Link, King Daphnes and Ganondorf’s trident weapon. This pack is not available as part of the Legends of Hyrule Pack Season Pass. Tetra, King Daphnes, Skull Kid and Ganondorf’s new trident weapon will not be available to purchase outside of this pack.

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19 comments

      1. -||And yet they promote nothing for the Wii U version like usual||-

    1. Hmm… Just looked it up. The DLC that the 3DS version of the game is getting is much superior to what the Wii U version will get. The Wii U version will only be getting new characters and weapons from buying the DLC packs, but the 3DS version will get that AND new Adventure Mode maps. Why the hell can the 3DS get new Adventure Mode maps that the Wii U version won’t get?!

      The Wind Waker scenario maps were even running on the Wii U version as seen in multiple past Famitsu scans, including cutscenes from the 3DS-exclusive storyline.

      This is just utter ignorance of most of this game’s fanbase who aren’t necessarily against playing the game on-the-go but would rather play with a… somewhat more stable frame rate and in HD. Not to mention that buyers of Legends will basically get to pay $20 less than the original, while still getting the $20 season pass for free, AND they’re getting the continued support that owner’s of the Wii U version are now getting screwed out of.

      I feel like I just got scammed.

      1. Not to mention that this whole problem is multiplied by 100 times because of the lack of allowing saves (at least character levels or Adventure Mode progress) to carry on over.

      2. Yeah, I saw that too. Maybe they’ll include that as free DLC after E3 or something. Besides, they’re probably busy getting Zelda Wii U ready for E3 that’s probably why they didn’t annouce that the Wind Waker story is coming to Hyrule Warriors on Wii U.

  1. Thank God! I can get the Legends characters & weapons on my Wii U without having to buy the fucking game on 3DS! My hate for Hyrule Warriors Legends has gone down by 25%. But that’s still 75% hatred so fuck Hyrule Warriors Legends!

    1. I don’t know, my hatred is still 100%, lol. I like dlc when it’s done right and feels wanted. This just seems shady to me. They are making sure they get every single Zelda game in their dlc, even the handheld games now… It’s too much, and they have been dragging it out far too long. In a way it’s kind of running the Zelda Franchise through the mud and abusing the license. I hope they don’t do anymore Dynasty Warriors/Zelda collaborations.

      1. This wouldn’t be so bad if this was Hyrule Warriors 2 & it was coming out 5-10 years after the original with an entirely new story instead of just being the same story but with some expansions to it. Or if this was expansion DLC to the Wii U version. But it’s not. It’s become a giant cash grab to wiggle another 40-60 bucks out of people when this shit should have been 20-30 bucks at best.

  2. MORE Hyrule Warriors dlc? They are going to milk every penny they can out of the Zelda franchise and its nostalgic fanbase huh? Honestly, if this is how every third party/Zelda collaboration is going to be id rather just see traditional Zelda games from now on. They have been milking Hyrule Warriors for three years now. Give it a damn rest already.

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