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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - The Master Trials
This game requires the base game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to play.
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Gamer Reviews89 Reviews
I'm kinda find it wasteful, more challenging than the basis but that's the point.
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Taken as a whole, Master Trials ends up feeling like a fun mess of goodies, but the lack of a thematic unifier for all this content draws attention to how sparse the content here is outside of the meaty Trial of the Sword. This DLC isn’t enough of a reason to head back to Hyrule if your adventure has already come to an end, but it’s nice for those still slowly making their way to Ganon.
While Breath of the Wild's first DLC pack contains some fantastic moments, on the whole it feels light and, frankly, not yet worth the cost.
Throughout the map, you’ll find many brand-new platforms floating in the air. These platforms have additional enemies and treasure chests on them. Fortunately, these treasure chests provide pretty decent weapons in them to help even the odds. You’ll also be able to utilize Legend of Zelda amiibo right after you complete the Magnesis Trial, which should give you some added support (especially if you have the Wolf Link amiibo).