10 December, 2017
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was at The Game Awards 2017 in a big way, as not only did it pick up the Game of the Year Award, but DLC Pack 2 - The Champions' Ballad was also released right then and there.
The pack The Champions Ballard is headlined by a new chunk of story content as Link follows the guidance of an unseen voice to take on the Divine Beast Master's Trial including new dungeons, new weapons and more.
The real reward for this isn't that there's a nice dose of new single player in the game, but that you can earn a motorcycle called Master Cycle Zero once you've completed the adventure.
The new DLC is titled "The Champions' Ballad".
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Nintendo received a number of honors at The Game Awards in Los Angeles, winning the awards for Game of the Year for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Best Family Game for Super Mario Odyssey and Best Handheld Game for Metroid: Samus Returns.
In addition, the critically acclaimed Bayonetta 2 game, originally a Wii U exclusive, will be launching for Nintendo Switch on February 16. Nintendo had to have planned to release The Champions' Ballad because they already knew they were going to dominate.
A few moments ago, The Game Awards 2017 ended with a memorable night delivering the most important prize to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which debuted in March this year for Nintendo Switch and Wii U. No doubt this award is not just a triumph for the series, but also for Nintendo since 2017 has been the year of the house of Kyoto. While it isn't the first time that both games will be available on a Nintendo console, the new release will give a whole new audience a chance to experience the games.
The quirky but much-hyped Japanese RPG Persona 5 walked away with only one award, for the best role playing game, and lost out to Zelda for the game of the year title. It looks kinda ridiculous, but it'll assuredly be a ton of fun to motor around Hyrule at high speeds.