Game news Zelda Breath of the Wild: a fan makes additional content with new quests and a new mini game!
A fan made additional unofficial Zelda: Breath of the Wild content. Entitled ”Doors of Doom”, Link must find the right way through many doors that harbor both dangers and allies.
Breath of the wild: additional unofficial content made by a fan
Despite the amount of things to do in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, some people don’t seem to have enough and want to enjoy the game with additional content. ‘This is the case of a modder called Waikuteru who developed a kind of DLC (therefore unofficial) for the game‘. His name is Doors of Doomwhich can be translated into The Gates of Destiny’. It includes a mini-game where you have to choose the right path between two doors. Rooms are randomly generated and can contain either an NPC that gives an extra life or a chest. If you make a bad choice, you will have to start all over again! A game inspired by a Mario Party mini-game, the music of which can be heard in the video.
With this mini-game are integrated several quests, like those concerning Waikuteru. The creator of this mini-game has created a character bearing his name and being like the host of this cursed corridor. Depending on the number of doors crossed during the same attempt, it will appear and give indications concerning it. For example, we know that he started working on this additional content in 2019. He was first interested in modding sounds and audio before, obviously, working in a more general way.
Content made by a modder
That being said, there is a catch. Doors of Doom is available today in early access for patrons on Patreon and will be open to the public on June 29th. To be able to take advantage of it, you need an emulated version of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch or Wii U, both work) on PC and therefore have purchased a legal copy of the game: you must own the original.
In any case, this additional unofficial content will be able to pass the time for the many players who are waiting for the release of Breath of the Wild 2 (of which we can see a trailer above). The sequel to one of the games considered the best of all time (20/20 at HelloSolar.info, 97/100 at Metacritic) was announced at E3 2019. Then expected for 2022, it was recently postponed for the summer of 2023 by Eiji Aonuma himself.