Today, an update for the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild added free DLC that adds Xenoblade Chronicles 2 clothing to the game. It’s a cool crossover, especially considering Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s developer, Monolith, lent a hand to the development of Breath of the Wild. Here’s how to find the add-on.
The first step, and arguably the most important, is to make sure the game is up to date. Highlight the game in the Switch’s home menu, press the + button and click ‘Software Update’ and then ‘Via the internet’ to check for the latest update. If you don’t have it, the download will start automatically.
Once that’s all taken care of, start playing the game and after a few moments you will be alerted towards a new side missions called, [Xenoblade Chronicles 2]. The description has some hints.
The first hint reads, “The southern sky from the middle of the largest bridge.” So head to the middle of the Bridge of Hylia.
Make sure it’s nighttime. If it’s not you can thrown down some wood and flint and hit it with your sword to start a fire. Take a nap by the fire, wake up in the middle of the night, and look toward the south.
After a few moments, you will see a bright red meteor fall from the sky. Go track it down.
Below marks exactly where it fell.
“It’s a rather rare find.”
The next clue reads, “The eastern sky from the skull’s left eye.” Head to Skull Lake in the northeast.
It’s worth noting that you must stand in the left eye from the perspective of the skull, not your perspective, so warping there puts you right where you need to be. Look east, and you should see another red meteor fall.
Below you can see where it falls.
Unsurprisingly, it’s another rare find.
The final clue reads, “The southern sky from the peak of the tall, pierced snowy mountain.” Heads towards Hebra Mountain.
Climb to the peak, look southeast (towards Hyrule Castle) and guess what? Good things will happen.
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Go find it!
Congratulations on owning your very own pair of very dumb pants.
They really are just the worst pants.
But at least the helmet is cool!
For more on Xenoblade Chronicles 2, head here for some extended hands-on impressions.