There have been all sorts of mods created for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild since it was released in 2017, but one thing we're yet to really see is one that supports multiplayer. Can you imagine running around the game world with other players - fighting enemies, discovering shrines and climbing mountains together?
Well then, you're not alone - a YouTuber, streamer, and modder known as 'PointCrow' is offering anyone who can make a Breath of the Wild multiplayer mod that supports four players and fulfills a number of other conditions (as detailed in a Google document) $10,000 USD. Yep, that's quite the payout, but it's not exactly an easy task, either. Admittedly, we're not sure how Nintendo might react.
Some of the requirements are that the mod must be entirely free and four players and their individual inventories. Players should not be limited in terms of map movement and the game does not need to start from the beginning. A frame rate of 28fps or more is also required and the mod must be fully functional but doesn't need to actually run on Switch.
Perhaps the toughest requirement of all is that the mod must be completed "at least two months before" before the release of the Breath of the Wild sequel, whenever it is confirmed. This you've got what it takes? Would you like to see a multiplayer mod for Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Comment down below.