Majora’s Mask DLC to Add Tingle and Young Link to Hyrule Warriors

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Nintendo sure is going all out to hype the upcoming 3DS remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, and rightly so. The Skull Kid limited edition bundle and the special edition New 3DS XL model have already sold out, but here’s at least a little something that will be available in unlimited supply.

On February 5th, a Majora’s Mask DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors, the Wii U exclusive fan service mash-up of Dynasty Warriors and Legend of Zelda, will go on sale for $7.99. It’ll unlock access to Tingle and Young Link as new playable characters, as well as three new costumes and a new Adventure Mode map. No, Skull Kid will not be added as a playable character, but one of the three costumes will at least let Lana dress up as Skull Kid.

After looking over the new character renders and screenshots, be sure to give our Hyrule Warriors review a read if you missed it over the busy holiday season.

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