So yesterday I thought I would write a reminder piece regarding the dlc for both versions of Hyrule Warriors, since it is due out for both versions of next month, and what happened next? Koei Tecmo announced the dlc is due to release next week.

The dlc is due out on the 30th of June, but so far this has only been announced for Japan and not other territories such as Europe and North America. Along with all the dlc for Hyrule Warriors Legends, two additional dlc packs for the Wii U version as well. Details on all the packs, including pricing and what each one entails can be found below:


Legends Season Pass: Legends of Hyrule Pack (Wii U only):

Wii U: $9.99 USD / $14.09 CDN / £8.99 GBP / €9.99 EUR


Pack Includes:

-Link’s Awakening Pack (Marin and a weapon for Linkle)

-Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks Pack (1 new character and a weapon for Toon Link)

-A Link Between Worlds Pack (2 new characters)

Separate from Legends Season Pass: Legends Character Pack (Wii U only):

Wii U – $12.99 USD / $18.39 CDN / £10.79 GBP / €11.99 EUR


Pack Includes:


-Toon Link

-Skull Kid


-King Daphnes

-New trident weapon for Ganondorf

DLC Pack 2: Link’s Awakening Pack (3DS & Wii U):

3DS: $6.99 USD / $9.89 CDN / £6.29 GBP / €6.99 EUR Wii U: $4.99 USD / $7.09 CDN / £4.49 GBP / €4.99 EUR 3DS & Wii U / 3DS – $9.99 USD / $14.09 CDN / £8.09 GBP / €8,99 EUR


Pack Includes:

-New playable Character (Marin)

-New weapon for Linkle

-16 new My Fairy Costume pieces (For 3DS version only)

-A new for Adventure Mode (For 3DS version only)

-2 new adventure battle scenarios (For 3DS version only)

 It has been revealed that the new weapon for Linkle will in fact be the Pegasus Boots, so if you thought she could move before, you haven’t seen anything yet and for the sake of reiteration, this weapon will also be available in the Wii U version, but the Wii U version does not get the new map like Legends does. So while we wait for the official trailer to drop, here’s some screenshots of what the next dlc has to offer.




By Jack Longman

In 2015, when rumours of the NX and Zelda U were everywhere, my brother and I started Miketendo64 and we've been running it ever since. As the Editor-in-Chief, I have attended video gaming events in three different countries, been to preview events, and penned more than 4,000 articles to date, ranging from news, to features, reviews, interviews and guides. I love gaming and I love all things Nintendo. I also love Networking, so don't be afaid to reach out. Email: / Website: YouTube channel:

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