The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's first helping of DLC went live today, and it contains several new items and armour options as well as a tough new challenge to complete.

In the interests of saving you time and effort, our resident video magician Alex has put together a handy guide showing the various locations of the pack's items and armour, saving you time and effort.

Needless to say, if you'd rather find all of this gear under your own steam (and it's a lot more enjoyable that way, we have to admit) then you've clicked on the wrong article, chum.

Travel Medallion

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This is found in the Lomei Labyrinth Island, North Akkala.

Enter the catacombs and be ready to avoid Guardian laser fire. There's a chest at the far end which contains the medallion.

Korok Mask

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For this useful item - which alerts you of nearby Koroks - you'll need to venture to the Lost Woods. Don't fast-travel to the Shrine inside the woods - you'll need to enter via the original entrance.

Reach the double torch checkpoint and pick up the torch. Follow the direction of the blowing embers (stand still if you get stuck) and you'll find the chest in mouth of the tree on your left contains the mask. It's quite tricky to find but if you head in a straight line from the double torch checkpoint and keep looking at the trees towards your left, you'll find it.

Majora’s Mask

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This iconic item is found in the Kolomo Garrison Ruins, in southern Hyrule Field by Lake Kolomo. Head to the location shown on the map above and you'll see a chest poking out of the ground. Use your magnesis rune to lift it.

Midna’s Helmet

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Want Midna's hat? Head to the Sage Temple Ruins in west of Hyrule Field (the location is shown above) and use magnesis to lift the chest up.

Tingle Hood

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Oh! I feel all tingly. Head to the Exchange Ruins (South West Hyrule Field) to find this worrying piece of headgear. Again, this is another chest you'll need to pull out of the ground using magnesis.

Tingle Shirt

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Still after some Tingle in your life? Go to the Castle Town Prison (West of Hyrule Castle) to find this gear. Yep, it's another chest to pull out of the ground.

Tingle Tights

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To go "full Tingle", you'll need to head to Mabe Village Ruins in Hyrule Field. Guess what? It's another chest stuck in the ground.

Phantom Helmet

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This fearsome helm can be found in the Colosseum Ruins. As you enter on the ground floor you'll see a chest on your right.

Phantom Armour (Chestpiece)

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The chest piece of the Phantom Armour set is found in Sacred Ground Ruins. The chest is located in one of the corners.

Phantom Greaves

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The final piece of the Phantom Armour set is in Hyrule Garrison Ruins. It's next to a ruined hut and a dead Guardian.


This is part of our Zelda Breath of the Wild walkthrough, which includes All Shrine Locations And Maps and help with specific shrines, including the Keo Ruug Shrine Puzzle Solution, Mirro Shaz Shrine Puzzle Solution, Sha Warvo Shrine Solution, Shae Loya Shrine Puzzle Solution, Eventide Island - How To Beat The Hardest Shrine Quest, and Shee Vaneer And Shee Venath Shrine Answers and Solutions.

If you're just starting out, Getting Started And Beginner Tips will be useful. We also have BOTW guides to help you with the Tarrey Town Quest, how to get equipment such as the Hylian Shield, the Master Sword, the Green Tunic, and the Radiant Set, plus advice on the Best Clothing And Armour Sets and How To Find Every Item in the Master Trials DLC. We can help you find key places such as All Captured Memory Locations, All Great Fairy Fountain Locations, and Where to find The Lord of the Mountain, too.

If you're looking for general advice on various topics, you might want to check out the Best Recipes And How To Cook Food, How To Farm Star Fragments, How To Farm Dragon Parts, How To Defeat Guardians, How To Shield Surf Like A Pro, and How To Get Unlimited Korok Seeds. And if you're wondering what amiibos work with the game, our guide to All amiibo Unlocks lists them all.

Nintendo has formally announced a direct sequel to the game, too — find out more about Everything We Know So Far About Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2.