Hyrule Warrior: Age of Calamity Expansion Pass DLC ‘Wave 1’ launches June 18, ‘Wave 2’ in November

"An expanded roster, newly added weapon types, and challenging enemies."

Hyrule Warrior: Age of Calamity Expansion Pass DLC 'Wave 1: Pulse of the Ancients'

Hyrule Warrior: Age of Calamity Expansion Pass downloadable content “Wave 1: Pulse of the Ancients” will launch on June 18, followed by “Wave 2: Guardian of Remembrance” in November, publisher Nintendo and developer Omega Force announced.

Here is an overview of the content, via Nintendo.com:

Wave 1: Pulse of the Ancients (June 18, 2021)

The Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Expansion Pass kicks off in June with an expanded roster, newly added weapon types, and challenging enemies. Stop by the Royal Ancient Tech Lab to test yourself with new challenges to unlock weapons and new helpful features! Then, dominate the battlefield as the new playable Battle-Tested Guardian or try out the added weapon types—the Flail for Link and Master Cycle for Zelda. These new combat styles will come in handy in the new Apocalyptic difficulty and against added enemies like the bomb-throwing Moblin and a Giant Chuchu.

  • Added character Battle-Tested Guardian
  • Added weapon types—Flail for Link and Master Cycle for Zelda
  • Newly added challenging enemies, including bomb-wielding Moblins and powerful Wizzrobe variants
  • New challenges in the Royal Ancient Lab
  • Apocalyptic difficulty

Wave 2: Guardian of Remembrance (Available November 2021)

This wave of the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Expansion Pass will bring new character vignettes, added stages, an expanded roster, and new battle skills for existing characters.

  • New character vignettes
  • Newly added stages
  • Expanded roster
  • New battle skills for existing characters

Hyrule Warrior: Age of Calamity is available now for Switch.

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