Breath Of The Wild DLC Armor & Mask Locations - Find Tingle’s Outfit & More

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The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild DLC has arrived, and this guide tells you where to find all the armors and masks. Want to dress like Tingle? Breath Of The Wild is available on Switch and Wii U. Nintendo

Breath Of The Wild ’s new DLC brings an assortment of mask and armor options to the game, but, in true Zelda fashion, the new items aren’t so hard to find. This guide will tell you where you can get Tingle’s outfit and a whole lot more.


Korok Mask: If you’ve already found the Master Sword, the Korok Mask is nearby. Look for the area with two lights and a torch in the Lost Woods. Light the torch. With torch in hand, follow the direction in which the falling embers guide you. If you see trees with big mouths along the way, look inside them. One will have an EX chest with the item you seek.

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Look for the Korok Mask in the Lost Woods. Photo: Nintendo

If you’re having trouble, you can also use your Sheikah sensor to track treasure chests. Follow the beeping and then use your Magnesis rune to get a better view of the actual chest.

Majora’s Mask: Teleport to the Oman Au Shrine in the Great Plateau and head north to the outer wall of the Kolomo Garrison Ruins. It’s just north of the Plateau tower. You’ll know you’ve found it when you see the lake. The Garrison extends out of the body of water. Use Magnesis to find it buried in that area.

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North of the Great Plateau Tower you'll find Majora's Mask. Photo: Nintendo

Midna’s Helmet: Before trying to find this DLC perk, make sure you’ve got all the best weapons and gear to withstand the might of Guardians. Once you’re prepared, head to the Sage Temple Ruins to the west of the Hyrule Field tower.

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The Sage Temple Ruins are the site for Midna's Helmet. Photo: Nintendo

The real point of focus here is the Regencia River. Approach the spot marked by two large trees. While facing the river, look on the right side of the platform with the shield and claymore on top. It’s stuck in the ground there. Use Magnesis to pull it out.


Tingle’s Outfit

Hood: Go to the Exchange Ruins on the edge of the Plateau starting area and north of Lake Kolomo. The hood is buried in the ground just under Windvane Meadow.

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Here's where to find the Tingle Hood. Photo: Nintendo

Tunic: Go to Hyrule Castle prison. It’s to the west of the castle on an island surrounded by the moat. The tunic is buried on the island next to a Guardian.

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Here's where to find the Tingle Shirt. Photo: Nintendo

Tights: Heading south from the eastern edge of Hyrule Castle Ruins, you’ll find Mabe Village ruins. It’s surrounded by Mabe Prairie. In that area, you’ll see a dead Guardian. Under it is a chest. Use Magnesis to get it out.

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Here's where to find the Tingle Tights. Photo: Nintendo


Phantom Armor

Helmet: Look for central Hyrule Field in front of Hyrule Castle. You’ll see a circular building being circled by Gannon's goo. Go inside. From the ground floor, head right and use Magnesis to find the flowing chest.

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Here's where to find the Phantom Helmet. Photo: Nintendo

Tunic: There’s a shrine-like area to the south of Hyrule Castle directly in front of the building called Sacred Ground Ruins. There’s water around the shrine. Pull the chest out with Magnesis.

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Here's where to find the Phantom Tunic. Photo: Nintendo

Graves: Near the Exchange Ruins where you found Tingle’s Hood and the Colosseum Ruins where you found the Phantom Helmet are the Hyrule Garrison Ruins. Go north of the Coliseum and over Aquame Bridge and head east. The Garrison Ruins are above Exchange. Look for a dead Guardian buried in rubble and pull out the nearby chest.

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Here's where to find the Phantom Greaves. Photo: Nintendo

The Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild is available now for Nintendo Switch and Wii U.

What do you think of this first DLC pack? Are the new masks and armor sets worth finding? Tell us in the comments section!

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