And it features a horde-like mode called Trial of the Sword where you take on waves of enemies -- with a sword. Or, if you're game, a Korok Leaf. Entering the trial with no items if Link makes it all the way through each of the 45 rooms the Master Sword will be in its glowing powered-up state whenever usable. Also coming with the DLC pack is a new Hard Mode, some armour, and other items.
Now, when it comes to the new Hard Mode, unfortunately it sounds kind of boring. In its current state The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is just about a survival game, so the idea of tough enemies whilst battling the elements and stuff like hunger and fatigue would be an interesting spin. Instead the new Hard Mode has enemies that gradually regain health and are powered up by one level. Meaning red becomes blue, and so forth.
The DLC pack also comes with a new feature called Hero's Path Mode that displays Link's journey in a GPS-style fashion on the map, covering his last 200 hours of travel across Hyrule. On the item front the new Travel Medallion will allow you to create a single fast-travel point anywhere on the map, plus a Korok Mask that will start shaking whenever a Korok seed is nearby. And with 900 to collect this will probably be a must for all the completionistas out there.
Plus, some new armour and a Tingle outfit that no one asked for.
DLC Pack 1 is part of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass available for $30. Pack 2 will come sometime in the future and is touted to include new story content.