Breath of the Wild: Where Are DLC Season Pass Switch Shirt and Treasure Chest Items?

Breath of the Wild: Where Are DLC Season Pass Switch Shirt and Treasure Chest Items?

This is our guide on how to claim the Zelda Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass DLC items in the Great Plateau.

If you've purchased the Season Pass for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, then you're going to be wondering how to get hold of the DLC items that you've earned through your purchase. In this Zelda Breath of the Wild DLC items guide, we'll be walking you through where you can find the hidden treasure chests that contain your loot in Hyrule.

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How to get the Switch Shirt in Breath of the Wild

A red Switch t-shirt is one of the items included in the Season Pass. Nintendo has said this shirt will only ever be available to Season Pass owners. It looks like you would expect, so Link ends up wandering around Hyrule like a Nintendo employee at a games convention.

This is where you will find the Switch shirt

Fast travel to the Ja Baij Shrine in the eastern side the the Great Plateau, inside the Eastern Abbey. A bluey purple chest is on top of the wall immediately in front of you. This chest will give you the Nintendo Switch Shirt. Be careful as a Guardian will target you from the ground.

How to get the DLC Secret Chests in Breath of the Wild

This DLC chest will give you bomb arrows

Head to the Keh Namut Shrine, located on the west of the Great Plateau - fast travelling is the easiest option. From here head slightly southwest to a snow covered platform on the edge of the Great Plateau area. You'll see the bluey purple chest marked with the letters EX. Open it to get five bomb arrows.

This DLC chest will give you a ruby

Fast travel to the Oman Au Shrine. Turn right out of the travel portal and back down the side of the Shrine. A red chest is sat next door to the shrine just behind a metal box. Open it to get a Ruby.

Follow the video below for a more visual guide to finding the DLC items in Breath of the Wild.

With the final Breath of the Wild DLC released, we now have an entirely new guides hub dedicated to the new Champions' Ballad DLC Pack 2. For complete guides on how to solve every new Shrine in the expansion, as well as how to get your hands on the new Master Cycle Zero, head over to our Breath of the Wild Champions' Ballad guides hub.

If you're looking for more on Breath of the Wild, be sure to read Nadia's op-ed on why BOTW 2 needs to be as weird as Majora's Mask.. Elsewhere, there's Mike's original review of the game.

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