The release of the first DLC pack for Zelda: Breath of the Wild has added several new armor pieces, as well as a new medallion to allow players to set a single teleport location anywhere they choose on the map. When players first load the game after installing the DLC, they will have several quests automatically added to their menu to provide clues on where these items can be obtained. Most are in and around Hyrule Field. Each armor comes with a bonus stats. However, the new armor items are restricted from being upgraded at a Great Fairy, so the armor ratings they have on them are as good as they will get. We have included videos below on how to find each new item.
The inclusion of this mask likely sold a lot of people on buying the DLC in the first place. The mask acts much like the monster masks that can be acquired from Kilton. While wearing it, enemies will not attack you as they think you are friendly. The big advantage however is that while Kilton’s masks are specific to each mob type, Majora’s Mask will work on any mob type. Additionally, Lynels had the ability to see through your ruse if you got too close, but with Majora’s Mask they won’t attack you unless you attack first.
Midna’s Helmet was originally seen in Zelda: Twilight Princess, worn by the twilight princess herself. Wearing this helmet in Breath of the Wild gives the player increased Guardian resistance.
The Phantom Armor is originally from Zelda: Phantom Hourglass for the DS. Each piece in the set provide an attack boost much like the Barbarian set or the Fierce Deity set.
This outfit is another item from Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Wearing the complete set will grant the player faster speed at night just like the Dark Link set, or the Sheika stealth outfit.
The Korok Mask isn’t specifically from another Zelda game, but the face of the mask clearly resembled Makar from Zelda: The Wind Waker. When wearing this mask if the player comes near an undiscovered Korok seed, the controller will vibrate, and the mask will shake. Extremely useful for players trying to hunt down all 900 seeds.
The only item included in the DLC that isn’t a piece of armor. However it may end up being one of the most useful. The medallion allows the player to create a custom teleport location anywhere on the overworld map. While the game does a pretty good job of distributing teleport locations all over the map, the game is large enough that there can still be a bit of a walk to get to some locations. If you find yourself returning to one of those frequently, this medallion should save a lot of time.