Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Update Will Keep You Looking Fresh
While it was announced during the last Nintendo Direct, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes if finally getting its long awaited release.
Along with a couple of fixes here and there, the patch will bring with it the challenges of the Den of Trials as well as a couple of new threads for you to enjoy.
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The patch notes below detail everything you can expect to see when the patch releases.
Den of Trials will be added.
Over 30 stages will be unlocked in the Den of Trials (each one goes progressively deeper underground).
2 new outfits will be added.
These will be unlocked after clearing certain requirements in the game.
A new method for obtaining Friendly Tokens will be added.
Friendly Tokens can be obtained from the street vendor after Princess Styla’s curse has been lifted.
Miiverse stamps will be added. Players with similar styles of play will be matched up (teamed up) more frequently during online play.
Users will be matched up with other players based on their answers to a series of questions prior to being matched up.
Users will be able to add other users to their blacklist if they exit the game through the pause menu during the game.
After their teammate exits the game, users will be able to add them to their blacklist by tapping the teammate’s Hero Panel and pressing the A (or B) button before saving the game.
Adjustments will also be made to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.
This is a pretty substantial update for the game. Along with fixing some of the problems the game has, Nintendo has added a lot of content for free. The added Den of Trails is a challenge mode where players have to clear the enemies in a stage before they continue to the next stage. The Den of Trials features 30 new stages, which is quite a few to try and get through.
It’s not all new challenges however, Tri Force Heroes is also getting a couple of new costumes too keep link looking fly. Linebeck’s Uniform and the Fierce Deity Armor are being added and will both provide interesting modifiers to the way you play.
Even though The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes has fans divided, it still looks like an enjoyable experience. It’s not like it’s the first ever Zelda co-op adventure, but it’s not too difficult to understand why people are disappointed with it. It’s not that they’re disappointed with the game, but rather that they’d all rather be swinging the Master Sword in Zelda U.