The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild may not be getting any official Halloween DLC, but a modder has stepped in so that Link can get into the spirit of the season.
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Modders Waikuteru and Sockpoppet are responsible for The Halloween Hunt mod, which introduces new armour, weapons and NPCs, including a new boss for players to defeat called The Phantom Rider.
Waikuteru has released a 26 minute-long trailer showcasing what to expect in the DLC, which opens with Link receiving message that reads: “The time of the year has come and so came the mysterious creature too. Go to the Korok Forest and help the Koroks before it’s too late!”
The fan-made DLC then tasks players with saving the Koroks from a curse that can only be lifted by cooking a special stew, which can only be made using Cursed Pumpkins, found in the Lost Woods. The player has to collect 30 of these pumpkins in a 30 minute time frame, all while being hunted down by the Ghost Rider and other enemies.
Link also gets some new threads before he sets out on his journey, giving him a suitably Vampiric look.
It’s hardly the only mod for Breath of the Wild out there, of course. A split-screen mod for the game released back in June, which in the future promises to allow for up to four-player co-op.
It should hopefully help make the wait for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Breath of the Wild’s sequel, more tolerable. Tears of the Kingdom is due to release exclusively on the Nintendo Switch on May 12, 2023, following a delay that was announced earlier this year.
Elsewhere in the gaming world, Black Adam is about to join the MultiVersus roster, in an update that also introduces a new arcade mode to the game.