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Tesla397

So I've been playing for a little bit now and was wondering if it was worth it to get the expansion packs to Zelda. Does it increase the map at all?

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TheLZdragon

The map doesn't get bigger, but you do get quests, a new mode, shrines, and a snazzy bike that's worth it in my opinion.

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Tesla397

what's the new mode?

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Yosheel

It does add to the map in the sense that you're getting new areas to explore (inside new shrines and shrine-like places), but the map of Hyrule itself remains unchanged.

The new mode is hard mode, which acts as a secondary save file independent from normal mode. Enemies are stronger and they heal if you don't hit them after a while.

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Yeah I don’t know either.

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They aren't actual expansions, just the same content edited into more to do. In fact I'm certain Assassin's Creed has more elaborate DLCs.

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I found the expansions slightly underwhelming personally. They were nice distractions but nothing really all that great. The master trials probably being the highlight. The motorcycle was cool but after playing a couple hundred hours already, I maybe used it for 10 minutes.

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Dezzy

If you really love the game and finish it just wishing there was more, then the DLC is great and will fill that role nicely.

Anything less than that, I'd just skip it. It's good but it's no way near the best in terms of DLC for popular games. It's not in the same league as the Witcher 3 or various Dark Souls DLCs, or even the FFXV DLC. All of which really add to the main experience.

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Dezzy wrote:

If you really love the game and finish it just wishing there was more, then the DLC is great and will fill that role nicely.

DLC is to fit that role not sure what else the meaning is?

Dezzy wrote:

Anything less than that, I'd just skip it. It's good but it's no way near the best in terms of DLC for popular games. It's not in the same league as the Witcher 3 or various Dark Souls DLCs, or even the FFXV DLC. All of which really add to the main experience.

This is about much as a toilet flush. I could say the same in reverse with BoTW in those same lines.

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Dezzy

SwitchForce wrote:

Dezzy wrote:

If you really love the game and finish it just wishing there was more, then the DLC is great and will fill that role nicely.

DLC is to fit that role not sure what else the meaning is?

Not all DLC is really just more of the same. FFXV Comrades for example offers a multiplayer component that played no part in the original game.

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Dezzy wrote:

SwitchForce wrote:

Dezzy wrote:

If you really love the game and finish it just wishing there was more, then the DLC is great and will fill that role nicely.

DLC is to fit that role not sure what else the meaning is?

Not all DLC is really just more of the same. FFXV Comrades for example offers a multiplayer component that played no part in the original game.

Goes off tangent to PS so what which game are we talking about here. Zelda isn't a Sony franchise.

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