Posted on June 21 2022 by Andrew Millard
As we tick down the interminable wait for the sequel to Breath of The Wild, why not make what we already have more interesting?
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild has been unofficially playable on PC basically since launch. PC gamers have enjoyed years of extra tweaks, add-ons, and even full-fat story content for the five-year old game. Now, Waikuteru, one of the biggest names in the Breath of The Wild modding community, is set to release a major “DLC” for the game.
Titled Doors of Doom, the expansion pack hooks the player into a new Doom realm. There, Link must engage in a number of new quests, reminiscent of the Treasure Chest Games found throughout the series. The core gameplay mechanic is set up as a series of choices. Link finds himself in a corridor continuously broken up by pairs of doorways. The player can enter the left or right as they venture deeper into the Doomed maze. What type of task or battle – and how difficult each choice is – can only be uncovered by committing.
Previously, we covered a joint Waikuteru project called Second Wind, which is also a major addition to story and quest content for Breath of The Wild on PC. If you’re impressed by what you see, give them a follow on their Twitter, Discord, or Gamebanana pages.
What did you think? Would you take Link through the Doors of Doom? Let us know in the comments, especially if you’re experienced in Breath of The Wild PC mods!
Andrew is a writing teacher in the American Upper Midwest. He has been playing Zelda games since 1990.