Like most things with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the game's Champions' Ballad expansion did not immediately thrill me. It took some time. It wasn't what I wanted, but it's now what I need.
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In Breath of the Wild's main game, you don't get to see much of Mipha, Revali, Urbosa or Daruk. If you play through the new DLC, The Champions' Ballad, you do get some new cutscenes, though it still might not feel like enough. Turns out, you can challenge the Divine Beasts again in the DLC for a bunch of new exchanges, and they're very easy to miss.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's second piece of downloadable content, The Champions' Ballad, is a distillation of everything the game does well. Its collection of puzzle shrines holds some of the most inspired moments of the series, culminating in a wonderfully complex final dungeon. It is a strong end to the DLC season that elevates one of the year's best games to further heights.
Breath of the Wild's Champions' Ballad DLC has an amazing reward for anyone who bests its numerous trials. Prove yourself a champion and you'll get to ride the Master Cycle Zero. Here's how it looks in action.