The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild remains one of the Switch’s greatest titles almost four years since its release, providing us with hours of fun across its main campaign and DLC expansions. But what if we could get even more content to enjoy?
Well, a modder by the name of Waikuteru has taken things into their own hands by creating their very own DLC for the game. Titled ‘Throwback Expansion’, this unofficial mod is inspired by none other than Super Mario 64, with Link running around the game’s iconic Bob-omb Battlefield stage inside Breath of the Wild’s engine.
An unfamiliar voice speaks to Link and asks him to collect a valuable star fragment before monsters do and abuse its power. After Link has picked up the star fragment, he finds himself on a floating isle.
As you can see in the trailer above (remember, this is all unofficial), Link is tasked with collecting stars and Red Coins, just like you would in our favourite moustachioed plumber’s Nintendo 64 classic. Waituteru plans to release this mod for free on 25th December.
Of course, Nintendo is currently hard at work on Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 – here’s hoping we’ll hear more about that sooner rather than later – so we have plenty more Hyrule goodness to look forward to. Until then, let us know how you feel about this fan-made creation in the comments.